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Heather Ward, Susan Dionne, Kelsey Purinton, 

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Helen C. Boucher, Lavina Dhingra, Xing Fan, 

Gina Fatone, Dennis Grefflin, Atsuko Harai, 

William Hiss, Steven Kemper, Margaret Maurer- 

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JuRASKA, Steve Moitozo, Susan Murphy, Julie 

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Jensen, Andy Walter, Carol Wyse-Richer, H. Jay 

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Desroiers, Nelson Pray, David Perrault, Roger Oullet, 
George Diamond, Marcel Deschaine, John Doyle, 
Pablo Colon, Marcia Alexander, Michael Whitney 





Gerald Bigelow, Jane Costlow, Holly Ewing, 

Lynne Lewis, Camille Parish, Sonja Pieck, Jonathan 

Skinner, Rebecca Sommer, Thomas Wenzel 




Patricia Buck, Anita Charles, Anne Dodd, Wes 
Marble, Helen Regan 




Robert Farnsworth, Steven Dillon, Sylvia Federico, 
Sanford Freedman, Michael Hanrahan, Cristina 
Malcolmson, Lilian Nayder, Eden Osucha, Lavina 

Shankar, Carole Anne Taylor, Lewis Turlish 




David Ashauer, Barry Farber, James Hughes, Lynne 

Lewis, Margaret Maurer-Fazio, Michael Murray, 

George Perkins, Carl Schwinn 



Marita Bryant, Gene Clough, John Creasy, J. 

Dykstra, Beverly Johnson, ChARionE Lehmann, 

Michael Retelle 



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Dennis Browne, Jane Costlow, Craig Decker, 

Irina Krasilshchikova, Neu-Sokol, Ronald 

Schreger, Denis Sweet, Waltraud Zarngast 




Terry Beckman, Ned Carr, Sandra Collin, 

Susan Doinne, Douglass Gineva, Edward 

Plouder, Kelseau Purinton, Claire Schmoll, 

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Rotundo, David Baker, Holly Lasagna, Ellen 

Alcorn, Martha Deschaines, Brenda Pelletier, 

Kristen Cloutier, Dan Aiello 




Mary Main, Pat Brann, Jim Guzelian, Dot 

Letourneau, Mike Millken, Ken Emerson, 

Shirley Poher, Branda Sawyer, Heather Taylor 




Alexandre Dauge-Roth, Kirk Read, Mary-Rice 
Defosse, Laura Balludur 



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Shepley "Chip" Ross, Bonnie Shulman, 

Eric Towne, Peter Wong 




Gene Wiemers, Kat Stefko, Julie Retelle, Laura 

Jurasa ohm Harrison, Andrew White, Eileen 

Zimmerman, Jim Bauer, Seteve Moitozo 




Dale Chapman, John Corrie, Gina Fatone, 

Frank Glazer, William Matthews, Hiroya 

MiuRA, James Parakilas, Thomas Snow, Jennifer 

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Helen Boucher, Micheal Burman, Amy 

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John Kelsey, Nancy Koven, Susan Langdon, 

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Thomas Carey, Ron Lessard, Paul Menice, Dennis Paquin, John Heutz, 
Scott Soucy, Mike Voisine, Leo Derocher, Chris Howe, Shannon ; 
FouRNiER, Dennis Skinner, Ron Hutchison, Rick Miller, Tim Blake, 

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Astronomy AND physics 

Lillian Childress, Gene Clough, Hong Lin, Nathan 
LuNDBLAD, Mark Semon, John Smedley, Eric 

WOLLMAN 

' Art & Visual Culture 

Aimee Bessire, Rebecca Corrie, Robert Feintuch, Ed 

Harwood, Paul Heroux, Pamela Johnson, Penelope 

Jones, Elke Morris, Train Nguyen, Joseph 

Nicoletti, Erica Rand 



African American Studies 

Marcus Bruce, Charles Carnegie, Dale Chapman, 

Margaret Creighton, Baltasar Fra-Molinero, Sue 

FHoucHiNS, FHilmar Jensen, Charles Nero, William 

Pope, Mary Rice-DeFosse, Carole Anne Taylor 



Athletics 

Grace Coulombe 



Biological Chemistry 

Lee Abrahamson, Pamela Baker, Glen Lawson, 
Paula Schlax, Beth Whalon 

History 

Robert Bunselmeyer, John Cole, Margaret 

Creighton, Dennis Grafflin, Joseph FHallJr., 

Atsuko FHirai, FHilmar Jensen, Michael Jones, Karen 

Melvin 

Math & Statistic Workshop 

Kevin McHugh, Dana Mulhalland, Marsha Graef, 

Mike Verville, Nancy Fournier, Erica Baptiste, Jim 

Taylor, Janice Beaudoin, David FHaefele, Carol 

Carpentier, Donna Rose 

Office of the President 

Shanna Bruno, FHeather Bumps, Elaine Hansen, 

Leslie Hill, William Hiss, Susann Pelletier, 

Katharine Stevens 

Politics 

Aslaugh Asgeirsdottir, John Baughman, 

William Corlett, Leslie Hill, Eric Hooglund, 

Leila Kawar, Mark Kessler, Arlene Macleod, 

Melinda PLastas, James Richter 

Student Finance 

Nicole DeBlois, Jaime Doucette, Wendy Glass, 

Nina Hicks, Margaret Lamoreaux, Annehe 

Laneuville, David Mahoney 

Women & Gender Studies 

Patricia Buck, Holly Ewing, Meredith Greer, 

Rebecca Herzig, Leslie Hill, Sue Houchins, Emily 

Kane, Melinda Plastas, Erica Rand 



Chemistry 

Rachel Austin, Mary Brushwein, Lorna Clark, 

Mathew Cote, Jennifer Koviach-Cote, Walter 

Lach, T. Glen Lawson, Paula Schlax, Thomas 

Wenzel, Beth Whalon 

Health Center 

Margaret DaRos, Doris Ducharme, Andrea 

EusDEN, Eric Griffey, Betty Kennedy, Karen 

Legere, Margaret Leonard, James MacDonouch, 

Linda Meier, Wayne Moody, Donna Morin, 

Carole Quinn, Eleanor Schneid, Katrine 

ScHOLL, June Thornton-Marsh, Christy Tisdale, 

Adelaide Trafton, Bernand Vigna, Cynthia 

Visbaras 

Multicultural Center 

CzERNY Brasuell, Tonya Taylor 



Sociology 

Heidi Chirayath, Francesco Duina, Emily Kane, 
Sawyer Sylvester, Chris Carrick 

Sustainable Bates 

Julie Rosenbach 



Writing Specialists 

Seri Lowell, Daniel Sarleno, Misty Beck 



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WOMEN'S SOCCER 



Bates vs. Conn. College... l-o W 

ATES vs. Amherst o-o T 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 1-2 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Tufts o-l L 

Bates vs. Williams 2-1 W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan o-l L 

ATES vs. MiDDLEBURY 0-2 L 

Bates vs. Colby 3-4 L 

Bates vs. Tufts (QuATERfiNAis).. o-O T 
Bates vs. Amherst (Semifinals).. 1-4 L 





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Annie Burns, Anabel Schmelz, Rosie Hale, Alix Vandeventer, Tina Tobin, Mariah Barstow, Amanda Sirianni, Becca Sale, Bud Arens, Sam Rose, 

Camille Smith, Jacqui Easton, Julia Rafferty, Lauren Dobish, Emily Wiener, Jenn Braillier, Jamie Cappucci, Courtney Talcott, Chelsea Thompson, 

Meredith Poore, Sam Alper, Abby Alexander, Chelsea Graves, Kara Stefaniak, Wally Pierce, Meaghan Doherty 

Captains: Annie Burns and Meredith Poore Coaches: Jim Murphy and Kelsy Ross 



MEN'S SOCCER 



Bates vs. Conn. College O-l L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 0-0 T 

Bates-vs. Trinity 2-1 W 

Bates vs. Tufts 1-2 L 

Bates vs. Williams 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 0-5 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 0-1 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury l-O W 

Bates vs. Colby 2-3 L 

Quaterfinals vs. Bowdoin. ...2-5 L 



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HiRSHBERG, Dan Remillard, Griffin Wagner, Ethan Kass, Andrew Panella, Alec Taylor, John Murphy, Tyler Grees, Tyler Mehegan, Mike 

Jiang, David Wood 
Captain: Patrick Jackson Coaches: George Purgavie and Stewart Flaherty 



FOOTBALL 




Bates vs. Amherst O-44 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 21-20 W 

Bates vs. Williams 20-27 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 9-22 L 

Bates vs. Colby 6-10 L 

^' Bates vs. Bov^/doin 20-21 L 

Bates vs. Hamilton 28-18 W 




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ScHERMERHORN, Gavin Segall-Abrams, Nick Clark, Eric Houingsworth, Evan Dowd, Ryan Ursen, Patrick George, Tom Finkenstaedt, Brett McAllister, Ryan Curit, Ryan MacDonald, Teddy Downs, Colli 

Sullivan, Chris Alfiero, Andrew Kukesh, Joe Drinkwater, Kevin Helm, Joe Deu'Erario, Mah Place, Bob MacNeil, Jared Jammal, Kyle Aulet, Myles Walker, Mike DiPrisco, Ted Durkin, Josh Chronopouio; 

AJ. DeBenedictis, Will Taft, Matt CoNEnA, Michael Bernstein, Sam Traubert, Nick Termyn, Dan Santorella, Andrew Scichilone, Mark Sylvester, Brendan Murphy, Ryan Weston, Liam O'Neil, Mah 

Antonelus, Kevin Regan, John Squires, Taylor Gartley, Matt Gaither, Devin Horvath, Michael Iannotti, Pat Quinn, Joel Israel, Zach Lynch, Tyler Kuehl, Matt Comstock, Sebastian Pedraza 

Captains: Ted Durkin, Brendan Murphy, Myles Walker 
) 2 Coaches: Mark Harriman, Duncan Averill, Skip Capone, Tyler Hanson, Chris Kempton, Mike LaBuhi, Chris Parker, Walter Polkv, Daryle Wiess 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Bates vs. Conn. College. 0-4 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 1-5 L 

Bates vs. Bov\/doin 1-8 L 

Bates vs. Trinity I-5 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 1- 7 L 

Bates vs. Williams i-O W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 1-4 L 

Bates vs Middlebury 1-4 L 

Bates vs. Colby 2-1 W 

Bates vs Tufts 1-4 L 





Laura Baran, Kelly McManus, Kate Pagano, Amanda Brusca, Lyndsay Beaton, Michelle Brady, Sema Kazarian, Bridget Meedzan, Zoe 
Donaldson, Riley Kundtz, Sarah Merullo, Mackenzie Ross, Sarah Warden, Alie Philip, Lexie Carter, Annie Wilson, Roily Merck, 

NicoleSantosuosso, Katie McEnroe 
Captains: Zoe Donaldson Coaches: Wynn Hohlt and Hayiy Ross 



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VOLLEYBALL 




"This season we did a lot of traveling so we had the 

OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY A LOT OF DIFFERENT TEAMS. We WERE A VERY 

young team this year and still were able to pull out some 
great wins." 

-Captain Rachel Colby 



Bates vs. Williams 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Colby 3-0 W 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Hamilton 3-1 W 

Bates vs. Williams 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Colby 3-0 W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 2-3 L 

Bates vs. Conn College 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 1-3 L 





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Angeleoue Hartt, Nicole Russell, Catherine Dioli, Jennifer Youngpeter, Rachel Colby, Caroline Gattuso, Eliza 

Pyne, Chrissy Gee, Andrea Lauden, and Sarah Jacobson 
Captains: Rachel Colby and Chrissy Gee Coaches: Brett Allen and Jim Trytek 




GOLF 



BowDoiN Invitational 

402-392 L 

Farmington Invitational 

Bates Invitational 

372-360 L 

CBB Championships 

3RD/3 

Bowdoin Scramble 

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Williams Fall Classic 

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Monica Berube, Brigid Dunn, Libby King, Christine McCall, Tessa Pals 
Captain: Christine McCall Coaches: Bob Flynn and Martin Benes 




Bowdoin Invitational 

6th/9 

Farmington Invitational 

7TH/8 

State Championship 

5TH/9 

CBB Championships 

3RD/3 

Sid Farr Invitational 

NESCAC Men's Qualifier 

7th/io 

NEIGA Championships 

i8th/20 



Zachary Abbott, Adam Buchbinder, John Canney, Corey Gingras, Garrett Johnson, Mike Kelen, Jared Quenzel, 

AiDAN Schmidtberger, Lee Smith, Andrew Steiker-Epstein 
Captains: John Canney and Mike Kellen 
Coaches: Bob Flynn and Martin Benes 35 



MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 



Bates vs. Colby 70-39 W 

BowDOiN, Colby, Tufts iST/4 

Codfish Bowl 2 n 0/21 

Open New Englands 15th/47 

Maine Championships 2nd/io 

NESCAC Championships. ..5th/i 

ECAC Championships 5TH/44 

NCAA Regionals 5TH/49 

NCAA Championships (Devin 
DiLTs) 153RD/279 





Myles Black-Ingersoll, Tristan Black-Ingersoll, Sean Colligan, Devin Dilts, Jamey Epstein, Tom Esponnette, Noah Graboys, Logan Greenblatt, 
Peter Gurney, Tully Hannon, Chris Hernandez, Sean Keller, Eric Kimball, Festus Kiprop Yangani, Thomas Leonard, James LePage, Michael Martin; 

Kevin McDonald, Joe Musso, Graham Pearsall, Benjamin Taska, Ken Whitney, and Andrew Wortham 
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WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 



Bates vs. Colby 36-74 L 

BowDoiN, Colby, Tufts 4th/4 

Codfish Bowl ist/21 

Open New Englands 29TH/47 

Maine Championships 3rd/io 

NESCAC Championships. ../th/i 

ECAC Championships 9th/39 

NCAA Regionals 1 iTH/51 




















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Winnie Chelangat, Hillary Chisholm, Jade Cincotta, Lindsay Cuuen 


Casey Dropkin, Rebecca Dugan, Alicia Fannon, Kerri Leonhardt, 


Jennifer Mitton Jenny Monsulick, Molly Nelson, Katharine Nixon, 




Margaret Ogilvie, Lisa Reedich, Elizabeth Rowley, Ellen Schneider 


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ALEXANDRA Steverson, Devin Tatro, Allison Travers 




Captains: Alex Alberto and Kerri Leonhardt 




Coaches: Jay Hartshorn and Art Feeley 


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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




"We had an awesome season 
with many memorable moments 

AND everyone's WORK ETHIC, 

along with the team being so 
cohesive, contributed to a 
successful season." 

-Captain Annie Burns 




Bates vs. Colby 93-87 W (OT) 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 61-67 L 

Bates vs. Williams 50-56 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 72-58 W 

Bates vs. Colby 88-90 L (3OT) 

Bates vs. Bov^doin 77-56 W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 69-49 W 

Bates vs Conn. College.. 86-59 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 83-74 W 

Bates vs Amherst 62-74 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 52-67 L 

Season: 17-8 




Lauren Dobish, Susan Russell, Meredith Kelly, Simone Prioli, Kelsey Flaherty, Kara Garland, Allie Beaulieu, Annie 

Burns, Colleen Garvey, Callie Cramer, Taryn O'Connell, Brianna Hawkins, Christine McCall, Jessie Igoe 
Captains: Annie Burns, Jessie Igoe, Christine McCall Coaches: Jim Murphy and Kelsy Ross 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 



Bates vs. Bowdoin 86-65 W 

Bates vs. Colby 62-69 L 

Bates vs. Williams 50-68 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 65-78 L 

Bates vs. Colby 69-75 L (OT) 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 75-71 W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 70-59 W 

Bates vs Conn. College. .58-47 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 66-76 L 

Bates vs Amherst 68-74 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 62-66 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 61-77 I- 

Season: 12-13 






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-Captain Brian Ellis 





Kyle Philbrook, Reid Christian, Will Furbush, Derek Murphy, Thomas, Deegan, Nick Friedman, Luke Matara. . \ r\ 
Gallant, Justin Conway, Kevin Lentini, Ed Bogdanovich, Sean Cunningham, Mark Brust, John Squires, Nick 

SCHMIEMANN, BrIAN ElLIS, RyAN WeSTON, MaTT GaITHER 
Captains: Brian Ellis, Alex Gallant, Nick Schmiemann Coaches: Jon Furbush, Steve Milks, Nick Cormier, Marshall Hatch og 



WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK 




MIT AND Colby 2nd/3 

Maine, Colby, Southern Maine, Gordon 2nd/6 

USM Invitational 3Rd/7 

Maine State Indoor Championships 4th/4 

New England D1V.3 Indoor Championships llTH/24 

Open New England Indoor Championships 3IST/34 

ECAC Indoor Championships 25TH/47 




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Abby Alexander, Bud Arens, Erin Auguiewicz, Merili Brady, Molly Bruzzese, Mira Carey-Hatch, Elizabeth Carleton, Sara Chari, Hillary 

Chisholm, Jade Cincotta, Lindsay Cullen, Kathryn DeAngelis, Casey Dropkin, Alicia Fannon, Lauren Farnsworth, Andrea Fisher, Ansley 

Flanagan, Emily Foden, Jenny Fucillo, Sara Ellen Godek, Nora Hanagan, Angeleque Hartt, Ashley Haru, Gwynneth Johnson, Holli 

Kennison, Kathilee Kenlock, Jennifer Krupski, Kerri Leonhardt, Elise Levesque, Dana Lindauer, Molly Nelson, Katharine Nixon, Tara 

Notarianni, Meg Ogilvie, Caroline O'Sullivan, Taylor Piers, Kristen Poulin, Julia Rafferty, Lisa Reedich, Rebecca Ross, Kathleen Ryan, Ellen 

Schneider, Natalie Shribman, Madeline Smit, Jenny Snyder, Amanda Solch, Lindsay Soule, Kara Stefaniak, Devin Tatro, Chelsea Thompson, 

Alison Travers, Emily Wiener 

^ Captains: Sara Elien Godek, Kerri Leonhardt, Dana Lindauer Coaches: Jay Hartshorn, Mike Aitken, John Beliveau, Erika Bristol, Art Feeley, Todd Goewey, Ray Shadowens 



MEN'S INDOOR TRACK 



MIT AND Colby 2nd/3 

Maine, Colby, Southern Maine, Gordon 2nd/5 

USM Invitational 1st/5 

Maine State Indoor Championships 1st/4 

New England Div.3 Indoor Championships 4TH/25 

Open New England Indoor Championships 13th/35 

ECAC Indoor Championships 2nd/53 

NCAA Indoor Championships 7th/66 



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Alex Arsenault, Nick Barron, David Beck, Myles Black-Ingersoll, Tristan Black-Ingersoll, Duncan Briggs, Scot Burgis, Pat Carroll, Benjamin 

Chebot, Sean Colligan, Peter Corcoran, Brett Epier, James Epstein, Tom Esponette, Elliot Foster, Noah Graboys, Logan Greenblah, Peter 

GuRNEY, Anthony Haeuser, Chrs Halsted, Tully Hannan, Colin Hanrahan, David Hardison, Luke Harmeling, Christopher Hernandez, Patrick 

Jeffries, Mike Jiang, Sean Keller, Eric Kimball, Monthe Kofos, Zach Kofos, Mark Langer, James LePage, Ben Levy, Michael Martin, Kevin 

McDonald, Jarret McKallagat, Christopher Murtagh, Joseph Musso, Graham Pearsall, David Pless, Ryan Quinn, Nate Rickler, Janith 

Rupasinghe, Van Sandwick, Benjamin Taska, Ethan Waidman, Ken Whitney, Tim Woods, Andrew Wortham, Festus Yangani 

Captains: Sean Colligan, Brett Epler, Tom Esponnette, Chris Murtagh, Ryan Quinn 

Coaches: Al Fereshetian, Jay Hartshorn, Todd Goewey, Art Feeley, Ray Shadowens, John Beuveau •-' 



WOMEN'S SWIM AND DIVE 

"This year moved up to the 5th place ^i%*»*^,^^ ~ *^ Bates VS. TuFTS 96-I 83 L 

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"What defined us this year as a team was our ability to 
SHOW tremendous support for each other, and always 

KEEP our energy LEVELS UP AND POSITIVE. ThIS ATTITUDE AND 

team chemistry paved the way for our cbb title and our 
success at NESCACS, making for a truly remarkable 
SEASON. Coming together as a team in this way 
demonstrates our tremendous improvement as a 
program over the last four years, and heralds future 
development and success." 

-Captain Charlotte Green 








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Hannah Archibald, Blaine Brown, Leah Burke, Mollie Corcoran, Emily Depew, Tara Dugan, Emilie Geissinger, Charlotte Green, Abigail 
Hanson, Alexandra Hartman, Carly Hinkle, Jessica Howard, Amy Johnston, Alexandra Klein, Kara Leasure, Allison Lizars, Carole Lupi, 
Amanda Moore, Rachel Pedersen, Jillian Quinn, Taylor Roach, Gabrielle Sergi, Catherine Sparks, Laura Stoff, Emily Tato, Olivia Tawa, 

Lyndsay Wallace, Emily White, Katy Zingale 
Captai ns: Charlotte Green and Allison Lizars Coaches: Peter Casares, Mike Bartley, and Jacob Shanely 



MEN'S SWIM AND DIVE 



Bates vs. Tufts 81.5-216.5 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 134-144 L 

Bates vs.Trinity ■151-5-134-5 W 

Bates vs. Middlebury 109-185 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 113-185 L 

Bates vs. Colby "I73-5-103.5 W 

Bates vs Conn. College 96-183 L 

NESCAC Championships 7th/ii 






Dan Aupi, Tom Boniface, Andrew Buehler, Pat Carroll, Won Ho Chang, Peem Chatikavanij, Byron Cooper, Nathaniel 
Depew, Alexander Donatelle, Venkatesh Duvvuri, Michael Hanley, Daniel Huston, Cody Jenkins, Matt Johns, Travis Jones, 
Nick Karlson, Matt Lipoff, Chris Makrides, Alex McKeown, Ryan Pitcairn, Ned Schott, Samuel Schadt, Kick Sullivan 
Captains: Pat Carroll and Peem Chatikavanij Coaches: Peter Casares, Mike Bartley, and Jacob Shanley 43 



ALPINE SKIING 




St. Lawrance Carnival 8th/i4 

Colby Carnival 7th/i2 

UVM Carnival 8th/i3 

Dartmouth Carnival 7th/i 2 

Middlebury Carnival 8th/12 

Bates Carnival 

NCAA East Regionals 6th/i6 

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Ross Brockman, Devon Brown, John Canney, Anne Carroll, Josh Fancy, August Felix, Bump FHeldman, Micaela 
FHoLLAND, Alex Jones, Claire Kershko, Jeff Lathrop, Coleman Lies, Zoe Livingston, Stefan Lyons, Kelly Mackenzie, Ben 
Manter, Lauren McAllister, Matt Perejda, Anne Rockwell, Ryan Symancek, Brent Talbott 
44 Captains: Micaela FHolland, Lauren McAllister, Ben Manter, John Canney Coach: Rogan Connell 



NORDIC SKIING 



St. Lawrance Carnival 8th/i4 

Colby Carnival 7th/i2 

Chummy Broom hall Cup 3^^/ 5 

UVM Carnival 8th/i3 

Dartmouth Carnival 7th/i2 

MiDDLEBURY CaRNIVAL 8th/1 2 

Bates Carnival 

NCAA East Regionals 6th/i6 

NCAA Championships Women's 15K 

Classic 11th/i2 



"The women's team had an 
incredible season, 
qualifying two women for 
NCAA championships in 
Stowe, VT. The Men's Team 
is young, learned a lot this 

season, AND IS EXCITED FOR 

next year." 

-Captain Lucas Milliken 






Jordan Buetow, Jimmy Burnham, Mira Carey-Hatch, Peter Cowan, Caroline Daniels, Kelsey Dion, Andrea Fisher, Samantha 

Forrest, Nate Fuller, Kristen Gill, Alex Hamilton, Ingrid Knowles, Dan Kuzio, Megan McClelland, Lucas Miluken, Kyle 

Prohaska, Natalie Ruppertsberger, Gretchen Sellegren, Beth Taylor, Catherine Tuttle, Sean Woods 

Captains: Megan McClelland, Lucas Milliken, and Natalie Ruppertsberger 

Coaches: Becky Woods, Bob Flynn, and Martin Benes 



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WOMEN'S SQUASH 




"Our season went quite well! The one highlight was our 
defeat over rival mount holyoke college where all the 
girls stepped up and dominated over their opponents while 
being cheered on very enthusiastically by their onlooking 
teammates! as such a small team we always have a blast 
together and i know that we will miss our three 
graduating sisters next year!" 

-Captain Mi mi Neal 



Bates vs.Tufts 9-0 W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 9-0 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 3-6 L 

Bates vs Williams 2-7 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 3-6 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 5-4 W 

Bates vs. Conn. College.. .9-0 W 

Bates vs Bowdoin 9-0 W 

Bates vs. Colby 8-1 W 

Season: 15-11 



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All Bragg, Ashley Brooks, Stephanie Cabot, Liza Dorison, Rakey Drammeh, Anna Hogeland, Samantha Matos, 
Jane Mayer, Mimi Neal, Cheri-Ann Parris, Carlie Rice, Emily Russell 
Captains: Stephanie Cabot, Anna Hogeland, and Mimi Neal 
46 Coaches: Pat Cosquer, Marc Kannegieser, Hannah Laverty, and Whitney Roller 



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Bates vs. Wesleyan 8-1 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-9 L 

Bates vs Williams 0-9 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 6-3 W 

Bates vs. Middlebury 4-5 L 

Bates vs. Conn. College. ..9-0 W 

Bates vs Bowdoin 7-2 W 

Bates vs. Colby 9-0 W 

Season: 18-11 



MEN'S SQUASH 





Matt Baker-White, Eric Bedell, David Born, Bobby Burns, Walter Cabot, Doug Compton, Nick Echeverria, WIlliam Fearnley, 
Rodney Gaivao, Will Katz, R.J. Keating, Nick Kourides, Dae Ro Lee, Mathew Marchisotto, Kristian Muldoon, James 

Mulholland, Matthew Ross, Patrick Williams 
Captains: Doug Compton, Nick Echeverria, Will Katz, and Patrick Williams 



Coaches: Pat Cosquer, Marc Kannegieser, and Kush M 



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Bates vs.Tufts 7-9 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 3-9 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-8 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 3-0 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-6 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 1-4 L 

Bates vs Bowdoin 7-4 W 

Bates vs. Colby 5-0 W 

Bates vs. Colby 4-6 L 

Bates vs. Colby 7-3W 

Bates vs. Bowdoin o-i L 

Season: 13-13 





Mary Lewis, Kelly McManus, Alayna Garbarino, Karen Ullmann, Kristen Finn, Courtney Talcoh, Kiely Webster, 
LiBBY King, Lauren Dobish, Leah Maciejewski, Kelsey Flaherty, AnnaMarie Martino, Monica Berube, 

Caroline Gattuso, Mollie Kervick 
3 Captains: Lauren Dobish, Leah Maciejewski Coaches: Gwen Lexow, Rick Supinski, Stacia Saniuk 



Bates vs.Tufts 0-5 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 6-7 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 2-3 I 

Bates vs Bowdoin 3-8 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 4-1 W 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 9-14 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 3-7 L 

Bates vs Trinity 6-4 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 1-4 L 

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Chiampa, Jeffrey Clausen, Kevin McGregor, Kevin Davis, Steve Burke, Rich Velotta, Chris Fusco, Karl Alexander, Gordy Webb, 
Pat Siebenlist, Mark Lainoff, Michael Nunan, Griff Tewksbury, Brad Reynolds, Jeffrey Gunn, A.J. DeBenedictis, Demitrios Gatzogiannis, 
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WOMEN'S LACROSSE 





Bates vs.Middlebury 9-10 

Bates vs. Williams l2-l8 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 10-7 W 

Bates vs Tufts 8-11 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 12-7 W 

Bates vs. Conn. College.. ..15-11 W 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 6-11 L 

Bates vs Trinity 8-14 L 

Bates vs. Colby 15-10 W 

Bates vs. Colby 8-17 L 

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Wally Pierce, Erin Harmon, C a r o li n F Pi e r c e , 75 an D''N~e il l, Mag g i e R e i l ly, j e n n a Uannis, tSRiooET meedzan, Lindsay ihompson, 

Liz Bassani, Briana Gross, Isabel Ballard, Michaela Brady, Rosie Hale, Cat Dioli, Jenn Brallier, Melanie Watson, 

SooHee Yoon, Emily Howe, Ingrid Knowles, Blair Shrewsbury, Erin O'Connor, Linnea Fulton, 

Mara Krueger, Eloise O'Connor, Leah Elsmore 

50 Captains: Ingrid Knowles, Mara Krueger Coaches: Breh Allen, Heidi Howard Allen, Betsy Weidner 



Bates vs.Middlebury 6-14 L 

Bates vs. Williams 5-6 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 12-7 W 

Bates vs. Amherst 8-15 L 

Bates vs Tufts 9-18 L 

Bates vs. Conn. College 5-9 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 9-11 L 

Bates vs Trinity 5-6 L 

Bates vs. Colby 8-10 L 

Season: 9-7 



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Highborn, Reid Whelan, Max Golofarb, Reed Brown, Cody Smith, Torben Noto, Harri Kim, Will Gilkeson, Rob Highland, Frank Tumminello, 

Vylie Leabo, Kevin Helm, Rory Cosgrove, Santo Dehore, Parker Repko, Charlie Kazarian, Cody Newman, George O'Connor, Paul Troiano, Alex 

Henrie, Austin Guyehe, T.J. Crutchfield, Luke Charest, Jake Starke, Paul Donovan, Colin Lyne, Kyle Starr, Thomas Livingston, 

Andrew Berry, Mac Lee, Mark Murphy, Doug Steinberg 5^ 

Captains; Luke Charest, Kevin LkiM, Mark Murphy, Cody Newman, Adam ScHARFf Coaches: Peter Lasagna, Kevin Warnock, Tom Fournier, Rogan Conneli 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 




Bates vs.Amherst 0-9 L 

Bates vs. Colby 4-5 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 0-9 L 

Bates vs Bowdoin 2-7 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 2-7 L 

Bates vs. Conn. College 3-6 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-9 L 

Bates vs Williams 1-8 L 

Season: 4-15 





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Meg Anderson, Erika Blauth, Ashley Brunk, Nicolle Bugajski, Jenna Burke, Kristen Doerer, Jacquelyn Holmes, 

Brynn Jacoby, Adrienne Jaeger, Olivia Kronemeyer, Mary Moran, Nicole Russell 

Coaches: Paul Gastonguay, Greg Janssen 



MEN'S TENNIS 



Bates vs. Colby 4-5 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 0-9 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 2-7 L 

Bates vs. Conn. College 3-6 L 

Bates vs.Amherst 0-9 L 

Bates vs Bowdoin 2-7 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-9 L 

Bates vs Williams 1-8 L 

Season: 8-10 






Jeffrey Beaton, Tim Berg, Matt Bettles, Ben Bogard, Adam Cervenka, Ray Chase, Robert Crampton, Kyle DeSisto, 
Dylan Reffe, Alexis Rendon, Eric Ruta, Samuel Woods, Peter Yanofsky 
Coaches: Paul Gastonguay, GregJanssen 



WOMEN'S ROWING 




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Head of the Charles. ..3/31 

CBB Chase 1/3 

San Diego Crew Classic 

Petite Final 1/6 

Tufts, Wesleyan, 

Wellesley 1/4 

WPI, URI, Holy Cross, 
Trinity, Rochester, 

Wellesley 1/6 

UNH, Trinity, WPI, 
Washington College, 

Skidmore 1/5 

CBB President's 

Cup 1/3 

Williams, Coast Guard, 

Ithaca 2/4 

New England 

Championships 2/17 

ECACs 2/21 

NCAAs 2ND 




Buss Baker, Gabrielle BiLonA, Margaret Carey, Nora Collins, Paige Collins, Carrie Dillaway, Kelsey DIon, Allison DiSalvo, Rachel Ellis, 

Heather FIsher, Lauren Hadiaris, Alexandra Hill, Molly Huffaker, Amy Jacks, Hope King, Taylor Kniffin, Kirsten Laaspere, Heather Monty, Sara 

Murphy, Ellen Patterson, Phoebe Reed, Hannah Richardson, Taylor Roach, Aisling Ryan, Haley Sive, Melanie Skiar, Elizabeth Sonshine, 

Catherine Tuttle, Rebecca Waldo, Caroline Webb, Amanda Wescott, Emma White, Victoria Zapack 

54 Captains: Ellen Patterson, Nora Collins Coaches: Peter Steenstra, Meghan Leydecker 



MEN'S ROWING 



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Head of the 

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CBB Chase 1/3 

San Diego Crew Classic 

Petite Final 3/6 

Tufts, Wesleyan, 

UNH 2/4 

WPI, URI, Holy Cross, 

Rochester 2/4 

UNH, Trinity, WPI, 
Washington College, 

Skidmore 2/5 

CBB President's 

Cup 1/3 

Williams, Coast Guard, 

Ithaca 2/4 

New England 

Championships 3/14 

ECACs 7/21 






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Joseph HiLi, Matt Johns, Sam MacGregor, Peter K. Miller, Jack Mulvaney, Joseph Nowak, Jacob Sandor, Joseph Santos, Hank Schless, 

Oliver Scholle, Kenny Shaw, Gabe Silverman, Jason Weeks, Edward Winsiow 
Captains: Joseph Nowak Coaches: Peter Steenstra, Tom Guncik 



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Abby Alexander, Bud Arens, Erin Auguiewicz, Merili Brady, Moily Bruzzese, Mira Carey-Hatch, Elizabeth Carleton, Sara Chari, Hillary Chisholm, 

Jade Cincotta, Lindsay Cullen, Kathryn DeAngelis, Casey Dropkin, Alicia Fannon, Lauren Farnsworth, Andrea Fisher, Ansley Flanagan, Emily 

FoDEN, Jenny Fucillo, Sara Ellen Godek, Nora Hanagan, Angeleque Hartt, Ashley Haru, Gwynneth Johnson, Holli Kennison, Kathilee Kenlock, 

Jennifer Krupski, Kerri Leonhardt, Elise Levesque, Dana Lindauer, Molly Nelson, Katharine Nixon, Tara Notarianni, Meg Ogilvie, Caroline 

O'SuLLivAN, Taylor Piers, Kristen Poulin, Julia Rafferty, Lisa Reedich, Rebecca Ross, Kathleen Ryan, Ellen Schneider, Natalie Shribman, Madeline 

Smit, Jenny Snyder, Amanda Solch, Lindsay Soule, Kara Stefaniak, Devin Tatro, Chelsea Thompson, Alison Travers, Emily Wiener 

Captains: Sara Ellen Godek, Kerri Leonhardt, Dana Lindauer 



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Coaches: Jay Hartshorn, Mike Aitken, John Beliveau, Erika Bristol, Art Feeley, Todd Goewey, Ray Shadowens 



MEN'S OUTDOOR TRACK 



MIT, Southern Maine, Colby ist/4 

Colby Invitatonal 121/3 

State of Maine Championship iST/4 

NESCAC Championships 2nd/ii 

New England D1V.3 Outdoor Championships 3RD/3 

Open New Englands 5th/37 

ECAC Outdoor Championships ist/58 

NCAA Outdoor Championships T-57TH/82 





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Chebot, Sean Colligan, Peter Corcoran, Brett Epier, James Epstein, Tom Esponehe, Elliot Foster, Noah Graboys, Logan Greenblah, Peter 

GuRNEY, Anthony Haeuser, Chrs Haisted, Tully Hannan, Colin Hanrahan, David Hardison, Luke Harmeling, Christopher Hernandez, Patrick 

Jeffries, Mike Jiang, Sean Keller, Eric Kimball, Monthe Kofos, Zach Kofos, Mark Langer, James LePage, Ben Levy, Michael Martin, Kevin 

McDonald, Jarret McKallagat, Christopher Murtagh, Joseph Musso, Graham Pearsau, David Piess, Ryan Quinn, Nate Rickier, Janith 

Rupasinghe, Van Sandwick, Benjamin Taska, Ethan Waldman, Ken Whitney, Tim Woods, Andrew Wortham, Festus Yangani 

Captains: Sean Couigan, Brett Epler, Tom Esponnehe, Chris Murtagh, Ryan Quinn 

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AFRICANACLUB 

The purpose of the Africana club is to celebrate the African continent and its people. We achieve this by fostering an 

AWARENESS OF THE PEOPLES, HISTORIES, AND CULTURES OF AfRICA ON THE BaTES CAMPUS. FURTHERMORE, THE CLUB CREATES A PLATFORM I 
ON WHICH ALL STUDENTS IN THE BaTES CAMPUS INTERESTED IN AFRICA CAN INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER CLOSELY AND ALSO SHARE THEIR ! 
THOUGHTS, AND EXPERIENCES WITH THE BaTES COMMUNITY AT LARGE. SIMILARLY, AfRICANA CLUB BRINGS TOGETHER STUDENTS WHO 
WANT TO STUDY ABROAD IN AfRICA AND THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN OR LIVED THERE. ThE CLUB ALSO DEVELOPS AN AVENUE FOR CONNECTING 
ITS MEMBERS WITH BaTES ALUMNI WHO HAVE INTERESTS ANd/oR CONNECTIONS WITH THE AFRICAN CONTINENT. 

amandala 

The MISSION of Amandalai is to promote global causes that directly affect PEOPLE OF THE African Diaspora and foster a 

CAMPUS AND LOCAL COMMUNITY UNDERSTANDING OF THE RICH LIVES AND CULTURES OF PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT. THROUGH 
ORGANIZING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS THAT RAISE CULTURAL AND POLITICAL AWARENESS OF BlACK PEOPLE ON CAMPUS, AmANDLAI HOPES 
TO IGNITE RACIAL TOLERANCE AND SOCIAL CHANGE INCUR COMMUNITIES. 

ANIMECLUB 

MEETS ONCE A WEEK ON SuNDAYS TO WATCH EPISODES OF JAPANESE ANIME SERIES OR MOVIES. ThE MEETINGS TYPICALLY LAST FOR AN 
HOUR TO TWO HOURS AND ARE A GREAT WAY TO LEARN ABOUT ANIME AND TAKE A STUDY BREAK. In THE PAST, WE'vE WATCHED SERIES 

SUCH AS Cowboy Bebop, Baccano, and FLCL, and movies by directors Hayao Miyazaki and Satoshi Kon, among others. 

ART COMMONS 

is a student run organization made up of people dedicated to student art. Our space in Chase Hall holds events like art 

PARTIES, MOLD MAKING WORKSHOPS, WALL PAINTING SESSIONS, AND MANY OTHER ARTISTIC PURSUITS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR! We FOCUS 
ON USING THE EMPTY SPACE IN ChASE HaLL FOR STUDENT PURPOSES, AND IN ADDITION TO CREATING ART IN THE SPACE, WE ALSO DISPLAY 
STUDENT WORK. AnY STUDENT IS WELCOME TO COME AND USE THE SPACE TO HOLD AN EVENT OR JUST CREATE ART. ArT CoMMONS IS A 
PLACE FOR CREATIVE BaTESIES TO COME TOGETHER IN THE NAME OF STUDENT ART! 

BADMINTON CLUB 

MEETS WEEKLY ON SuNDAYS FROM 4-6 PM IN THE GrAY CaGE. ThE CLUB OFFERS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BaTES STUDENTS TO PLAY 
BADMINTON IN A RELAXED SETTING ON CAMPUS. It's A GREAT WAY TO HAVE FUN ON THE WEEKEND! 

BAHA'I ASSOCIATION 

PROMOTES THE UNITY OF MANKIND AND THE PRINCIPLES OF THE BaHA'i FaITH SUCH AS THE NEED FOR EQUAL RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES FOR 
MEN AND WOMEN OF ALL BACKGROUNDS, THE HARMONY OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION, AND THE UNFETTERED SEARCH AFTER TRUTH. ThE 

Association, open to all members of the College community and their families, aims to foster understanding, love, and 

FELLOWSHIP IN THE BaTES COMMUNITY THROUGH LECTURES AND OTHER PUBLIC MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS, AND SERVICE PROJECTS. 

BALLROOM SOCIETY 

IS OPEN TO ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO LEARN HOW TO BALLROOM DANCE. AlL LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE ARE WELCOME AND NO PARTNER IS 
NECESSARY. ThE TEAM PRACTICES RHYTHM (cHA CHA, RHUMBA, SWINg) AND SMOOTH (WALTZ, TANGO, FOXTROT, VIENNESE WALTz). ThE 

team practices two to three times a week, focusing on preparing students to compete at the inter-collegiate competitions. 
We usually attend around five competitions a year. We also go to ballroom social dances in Portland, bring professional! 
ballroom dancers for workshops, and host small social dances on campus. 

BATES BUDDIES 

is a club THAT FOSTERS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BaTES AND THE LeWISTON COMMUNITY. PaIRS OF BaTES STUDENTS VOLUNTEER WEEKLY 

at a local elementary school during recess and lunch with a group of three to five children. for only one hour per week, 
Bates students act as mentors and role models to local first, second and third graders. 

BATES BUILDING HOUSES (Habitat for Humanity) 

Our organization is a Bates club BATES BUILDING HOUSES and a HABITAT FOR HUMANITY CHAPTER. We work to 
provide decent, affordable homes for families in need in THE Lewiston/Auburn area and abroad through build trips, 
fundraisers, and advocacy. We are active on a weekly basis through events like the waffle haus, dodgeball tournaments, 
trips to the restore, build trips, and much more. 



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BATES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

IS A LARGE AND DIVERSE FAMILY OF STUDENTS. We STRIVE TO GROW IN LOVE FOR GoD AND God's PEOPLE OF EVERY ETHNICITY AND 
CULTURE, AND TO COME TO A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE ScRIPTURES AND OF God's PURPOSES IN THE WORLD. ThERE ARE MANY 

small groups that meet weekly for bible study, discussion, and prayer. current small groups within "bcf" are... justified 
Liturgical Dance Group, the Spanish Bible Study, and Evening Prayer. There are also larger weekly meetings - Worship 
Wednesdays - for everyone to gather together for worship, sharing and planning. The Fellowship hosts many events 
throughout the year. Many of them are service opportunities on campus or in the Lewiston community and others are 
just fun times for the campus to gather and share His Love. Our activities are always open to the entire Bates community - 
students, faculty and staff. BCF is associated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. 

BATES EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) 

is a Maine licensed EMS service that provides emergency care to the Bates College community. All members are 
volunteers that have completed the Emergency Medical Technician course and the service is entirely student run. Bates 
EMT's volunteer their time to be on call and are ready to respond to any campus emergency 24 hours a day, 7 DAYS a week 
whenever school is in session. While on call, EMT's carry radios to communicate with other crew members and Bates 
Security. Bates EMS not only provides medical care to those in need, but offer lectures and training sessions to keep 
their EMT skills proficient. They also sponsor blood drives for the college and hold information sessions in residences 

AT THE beginning OF THE YEAR TO GIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE SERVICE AND CAMPUS SAFETY. 

BATES ENERGY ACTION MOVEMENT (BEAM) 

IS dedicated to taking direct action to fight anthropogenic global climate CHANGE THROUGH POLITICAL PARTICIPATION, 
ADVOCACY AND OUTREACH. BEAM IS PART OF THE INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CLIMATE MOVEMENT AND REGULARLY PARTAKES IN NATION-WIDE 
AND GLOBAL CAMPAIGNS TO PROMOTE PROGRESSIVE CLIMATE LEGISLATION, CLIMATE JUSTICE, THE DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY 
SOURCES AND THE GROWTH OF GREEN JOBS. ThERE IS NO TIME TO WAIT FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM - THE RESPONSIBILITY 
IS OURS AND WE ARE RISING TO THE CHALLENGE! 

BATES COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

IS THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT OF BaTES CoLLEGE. It CONSISTS OF TWO BRANCHES: THE EXECUTIVE CoUNCIL (EC) AND THE 

Representative Assembly (RA). The EC consists of the president, vice presidents, treasurer, and a representative from each 

ELECTED ADVISORY COMMITTEE. ThE RA CONSISTS OF ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES FROM EVERY CLASS AND HOUSING UNIT. At WEEKLY 
public MEETINGS, THE BCSG ACTS AS REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STUDENT BODY, VOICING CONCERNS AND SUPPORT, ENGAGING IN 
ADVOCACY, AND ARTICULATING STUDENT INTERESTS. ThIS CONTINUES OUTSIDE THE WEEKLY MEETINGS THROUGH THE WORK OF NEARLY 
FORTY COMMITTEES. ThESE COMMITTEES DETERMINE POLICIES IN AREAS RANGING FROM ACADEMICS TO PARKING, DISCIPLINE TO 
RESIDENTIAL LIFE, AND MUCH MORE. ThE BCSG ADMINISTERS OVER $350,000 IN StUDENT ACTIVITIES FUNDS EACH YEAR, ALLOCATING 
THE MONEY AMONGST VARIOUS STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS. 

BATES COLLEGE TELEVISION (BCTV) 

IS BACK ON THE AIR! AfTER BEING DORMANT FOR TEN YEARS, THIS IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION VENUE WAS STARTED BACK UP IN 200/. 
For THE PAST THREE YEARS We'vE GATHERED A TALENTED GROUP OF STUDENTS WHO HAVE WORKED HARD TO LEARN THE In's AND OUT's OF 
TELEVISION PRODUCTION. OuR CONTENT HAS INCLUDED "BoBCASTS" (nEWS BROADCASTS NAMED AFTER OUR MASCOt); BaTES CrIBS 

(spoofing on MTV Cribs); "American Idol" and several premier screenings. With help from our advisors and school we 

HAVE collected A GREAT DEAL OF SUPPORT FROM THE BaTES COMMUNITY. 

BATES OUTING CLUB (B.O.C.) 

WAS FOUNDED IN 1920 AND IS AMONG THE OLDEST COLLEGIATE OUTING CLUBS IN THE COUNTRY AND THE FIRST AT A PRIVATE COLLEGE TO 
INCLUDE BOTH MEN AND WOMEN FROM THE BEGINNING. EvERY MEMBER OF THE BaTES CoLLEGE COMMUNITY IS TECHNICALLY A MEMBER 
OF THE CLUB. ItS ADMINISTRATION IS SET UP INTO OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND A CoUNCIL COMPOSED OF ACTIVE MEMBERS. ThE DIRECTORS 
ARE LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF THE CLUB WHILE THE OFFICERS RUN THE OUTING ACTIVITIES. ThE 
ORGANIZATION OFFERS YEAR-ROUND TRIPS THROUGHOUT NeW EnGLAND FOR HIKING, CLIMBING, SKIING, CANOEING, SURFING, AND 
KAYAKING AND MANY MORE. EvERY YEAR THE CLUB HOSTS ACTIVITIES INCLUDING TWO ClAMBAKES, WiNTER CaRNIVAL AND A HIKE UP 
KaTAHDIN, each OF WHICH REMAIN POPULAR CAMPUS-WIDE EVENTS. 



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BRIDGES FOR PEACE 

The purpose of Bridges for Peace is to generate a solidarity movement between mainstream Muslims and other American 
groups through a series of events on campus, such as bringing high-profile speakers and organizing mass rallies. 
Though there are religious groups on campus who are working for peace and justice, it is important to have a club that is 

NOT affiliated WITH ANY PARTICULAR RELIGION SO THAT EVERYONE CAN RELATE TO THIS CAUSE WITHOUT THE BARRIER OF BELIEFS. 

Regardless of religion, attaining peace is a universal goal. The name "Bridges for Peace" reflects the organization's desire 
and motivation to create a platform for peace and understanding between muslims and other american groups. 



BROOKS QUIMBY DEBATE COUNCIL 

Debate and Bates are practically synonymous. Always among the top 

DEBATING SCHOOLS IN THE NATION, BaTES IS CURRENTLY ONE OF THE TOP 25 
TEAMS IN THE WORLD. In PAST YEARS, WE HAVE HOSTED THE NoRTH 

Americans Championships, featuring the top debaters from Canada 

AND THE U.S, ALONG WITH OTHER PRESTIGIOUS EVENTS. DeBATE IS A GREAT 
WAY TO DEVELOP YOUR MIND, COMPETE SUCCESSFULLY AGAINST THE TOP 
SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY, TRAVEL AROUND THE COUNTRY AND THE WORLD, 
AND HAVE A LOT OF FUN. No PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY; SOME OF OUR 
BEST DEBATERS STARTED WHILE AT BaTES. 



CATHOLIC STUDENT COMMUNITY 

IS THE Roman Catholic affiliated organization at Bates College. The group works alongside the College's Catholic \ 

Chaplain in organizing weekly Sunday Mass and other spiritual activities such as prayer/discussion meetings and dinner 
meetings. The group is also active in the Lewiston community, volunteering with local churches and charitable ] 

organizations. 1 

CHASE HALL COMMITTEE ] 

IS the primary, student RUN, PROGRAMMING BOARD ON CAMPUS. WoRKING WITH A TRADITIONALLY LARGE BUDGET, THE CLUB PLANS, 
PUBLICIZES, AND RUNS A VARIETY OF EVENTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR AND INTO ShORT TeRM. EvENTS USUALLY INCLUDE A MAJOR 
MUSIC CONCERT, A COMEDY SERIES, THE HALLOWEEN AND 8o's DaNCES, BiG PrIZE BINGO, DrOP EVERYTHING AND PlAY AKA DEAP (a 
FREE MUSIC AND ACTIVITIES EVENT DURING SHORT TERm), THE COORDINATION OF THE NATION's 2ND OLDEST WiNTER CaRNIVAL, AND 
OTHER VARIOUS FUN, DIVERSE ACTS. ThIS IS A GREAT WAY TO INTERACT WITH THE STUDENT BODY AS WELL AS LEARN EVENT PLANNING AND 1 
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CHESS CLUB 

The members of the chess club are people who fdfE¥o*Pi7vY"CH ESS. There are people from a variety of levels, from just 

LEARNING THE NAMES OF THE PIECES AND WHAT EACH PIECE DOES TO BEING ABLE TO PRACTICE ADVANCE STRATEGIES FROM A NUMBER OF 
POSSIBILITIES. No MATTER WHAT SKILL LEVEL YOU ARE, EVERYONE IS WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO COME AND PLAY. We MEET ONCE A 
WEEK AND RUN TOURNAMENTS AS WELL. We HAVE EVEN HAD AN INTERCOLLEGIATE TOURNAMENT IN THE PAST. 

CLUB MED 

We're a group for anyone interested in a career in healthcare including medicine, dentistry, nursing, public HEALTH, ETC. 
AND WE WORK TO GET STUDENTS TOGETHER AND LET THEM KNOW ABOUT ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES OUT THERE IN THE FIELD. FoR EXAMPLE 
we've HAD ALUMNI COME TO TALK ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLING AND CAREERS AFTER COLLEGE AS WELL AS DISCUSSIONS WITH PROFESSIONALS 
FROM THE COMMUNITY ON SUBJECTS SUCH AS THE HEALTH CARE OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE IN MaINE. 



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COMPETITIVE SKI TEAM 

We had a great season this yeari We started the season at 
Saddleback and finished up at Sugarloaf. Both returners and new 

RACERS joined US FOR THE SEASON, TRAINING AT LoST VaLLEY AND RACING 

on the weekends. winter 2011 was a successful season for both 
Alpine men and women as both teams won the Division: the men 

BEAT out UMaINE FaRMINGTON IN THE FINAL RACE OF THE SEASON AND 
THE women's TEAM WENT UNDEFEATED THROUGHOUT! We'rE HOPING FOR 
ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SEASON IN 2012! 



CRICKET CLUB 

is an exciting and skillful sport played worldwide. originating in britain it is most popular in its former colonies like 
India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Bermuda, Nepal, Bangladesh etc. Over the last decade cricket 

HAS WITNESSED A DRAMATIC GAIN IN POPULARITY IN NATIONS AS DIVERSE AS UnITED ArAB EmIRATES, CaNADA, USA, NETHERLANDS, 

Argentina and Malaysia. Come learn about this growing global sport followed passionately by millions. 

CROSSTONES 

are a co-ed a cappella group on campus comprised of a soprano/alto/bass (SATB makeup). Each member contributes his or 
her own unique personality, musical vision, and creative angles to the group, allowing it to produce broad sounds and 

style POSSIBILITIES. ThE CrOSSTONES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN KNOWN FOR ITS DOWN-TO-EARTH NATURE, HUMOR, AND ENERGY, WHICH 
MANIFESTS IN ITS SONGS. REPERTOIRE RANGES FROM THE LIGHT CLASSIC ROCK OF BiLLY JoEl's "LuLLABy" TO THE UPBEAT ENERGY OF ThE 

Jackson Five's "I Want You Back" simply put, we like all types of music. In 2009, the Crosstones toured the West Coast, 

PERFORMING AT COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE BaY ArEA OF CALIFORNIA AS WELL AS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. In 
2010, THEY DECIDED TO GO INTERNATIONAL, AND VISITED MONTREAL. ThE GROUP RELEASED THEIR NEWEST ALBUM IN THE FALL 2010. 

CYCLING TEAM 

Heart Rate. Lactate Threshold. Power-to-weight ratio. These are all important considerations in the sport of bike 

RACING. ..BUT WE DON't CARE ABOUT THEM AT ALL!! ThE BaTES CoLLEGE CyCLING TeAM IS A LAID-BACK BUNCH OF GUYS AND GIRLS 
DEDICATED TO RACING THEIR BIKES. We TRAIN YEAR-AROUND AND HAVE FUN. We RACE MOUNTAIN BIKES IN THE FALL AND ROAD BIKES IN 
THE SPRING. If you ARE AT ALL INTERESTED IN MAKING BIKES GO FAST AND HANGING OUT WITH AWESOME PEOPLE IN A NO-PRESSURE 
SETTING, THIS IS THE CLUB FOR YOU. 

DANCE CLUB 

AIMS TO CONNECT MORE BaTES STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND MEMBERS OF THE LeWISTON-AuBURN COMMUNITY WITH THE WORLD OF 

DANCE. Specifically, we want members of the Bates community to experience styles of dance not offered through the 
COLLEGE. Our club gives students a way to maintain or discover a love of dance in a way which is not dependent upon 
being a dance minor or a member of the Modern Dance Company. Based on input from Bates students and academic 
departments, we bring guest artists to campus to give workshops, performances, and lectures throughout the year. We 
also take advantage of performances going on in Lewiston, Portland, and Boston; and invite anyone interested to 
contribute to a student run - choreographed show put on during short term. 

DEANSMEN 

ARE ONE OF BaTES CoLLEGe's TWO ALL-MALE A CAPPELLA GROUPS. SiNCE 1957 THIS GROUP OF ABOUT FOURTEEN CHARMING MEN HAS 
BEEN ENTERTAINING AUDIENCES AT BaTES, THROUGHOUT NeW EnGLAND, AND EVEN ACROSS SEAS WITH THEIR DIVERSE REPERTOIRE AND 
SOUND. The most notable of the group's travels is their ANNUAL SPRING TOUR, WHICH HAS TAKEN THEM TO LoNDON, ICELAND, 

Mexico, and beyond. The Deansmen sing songs by artists such as Maroon 5, Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, The Blind Boys 
OF Alabama, Kool & The Gang, and The Who, all of which have been arranged for a cappella by current members of The 
Deansmen, or alumni. The group is best known for its ability to maintain high quality musicianship and seriousness, 
while letting loose on stage and delivering a powerful performance. 

BATES DEMOCRATS 

are concerned students and citizens who tend to vote for Democrats, and are politically active and aware. We sponsor 
speakers, work on election campaigns, host forums and debates on campus, and engage in discussions on hot political 
topics. 



DHARMA SOCIETY 

Bates Dharma Society is an on campus Buddhism group 
that caters to meditation practices and visits to local 
monasteries and meditation centers. The group meets once 
a week for guided meditations and discussions. The 
Dharma club is a non- religious group and is open to 
people of all faiths, creeds, backgrounds, etc. 




DISCORDIANS 

ARE AN ECLECTIC GROUP OF STUDENTS WHO SPONSOR FUN, SLIGHTLY NON-RATIONAL, CHEM-FREE SOCIAL EVENTS. We ORGANIZE THE 
ACTIVITIES THAT YOU SECRETLY V/OULD LIKE TO DO BUT ARE AFRAID YOUR FRIENDS WILL LAUGH AT YOU FOR DOING. OuR EVENTS INCLUDE 
SNOWBALL FIGHTS, FaLL FlING (hUGE LEAF-PILE JUMPING), AND THE ENIGMATIC NeRF WAR, WiDGET. 

DJ SOCIETY ^^ 

is an organization made up of students who are either interested in djing or want to contribute to the social life at 
Bates. We are made up of students with a wide range of DJing, party planning, and event organization experience. We ; 

WORK DIRECTLY WITH OTHER CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS TO HOST AND DJ PARTIES AT BaTES. OuR RAPIDLY GROWING ORGANIZATION AIM 
TO ELIMINATE ANY "sLOW WEEKENDS", ENSURING THAT ALL STUDENTS HAVE A WELL ORGANIZED, AND PROFESSIONALLY DJeD PARTY TO LOOK 
FORWARD TO EVERY WEEKEND. ThIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR NEW OR EXPERIENCED DJs AND PLANNERS TO CONTRIBUTE TO, AND BE 
THE FACES BEHIND BaTES' LARGEST AND MOST MEMORABLE EVENTS. 

EDUCATION CLUB 

PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH AN INTEREST AND PASSION FOR EDUCATION WITH A FORUM TO DISCUSS EDUCATIONAL ISSUES, DILEMMAS AND 
OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH SPEAKERS, COMMUNITY OUTREACH, AND OTHER EVENTS. 



ENVIRONMENTAL COALITION 

FOCUSES ON IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AND RESPONSIBILITY AT BaTES, IN LeWISTON-AuBURN, AND ON A NATIONAL SCALE: 
We work TOWARDS THESE GOALS WITH MANY DIFFERENT APPROACHES, INCLUDING AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 
AND CAMPAIGNING FOR CHANGES TO LOCAL OR REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY. It IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT EC IS RUN BY ITS 
MEMBERS, AND THIS MEANS THAT NEW ISSUES ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. CoME TO A MEETING AND INFORM OTHER MEMBERS OF YOUR 
IDEAS; BEFORE YOU KNOW IT A NEW CAMPAIGN WILL BE KICKING OFF. 

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EQUESTRIAN TEAM 

IS A CLUB SPORT OPEN TO ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN RIDING OR LEARNING TO RIDE. ThE BaTES EQUESTRIAN TeAM COMPETES IN THE' 

Intercollegiate FHorse Show Association (IHSA) in Zone i Region 2. We have two seasons, fall and spring, with about 

FOUR horse shows A SEASON. HSA SHOWS MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR STUDENTS WITHOUT HORSES TO SHOW IN COLLEGE. 

FENCING CLUB 

BEGAN A FEW YEARS AGO AS A SMALL CLUB TO TEACH THE RUDIMENTS OF FENCING. We HAVE GROWN TO TEACH BEGINNING FENCING, 
GROUP LESSONS IN ALL THREE WEAPONS, FREE FENCING FOR ALL LEVELS, AND TO FIELD COMPETITIVE TEAMS AGAINST COLLEGIATE CLUBS AND 
VARSITY TEAMS. 

FILMBOARD 

Every weekend the Filmboard presents a newly released, pre-dvd feature film to the Bates Community. Special programming 

INCLUDES INDEPENDENT FILMS, DRIVE-IN MOVIES AND MOVIE POSTER RAFFLES. We PROVIDE CONSISTENT NON-ALCOHOLIC WEEKEND' 
ENTERTAINMENT TO THE ENTIRE CAMPUS FOR ONLY ONE DOLLAR. MEMBERS HELP SELECT AND SHOW FILMS. 

FISHING CLUB 

WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1999 FOR FISHERMEN AND FISHERWOMEN IN HOPES OF ESTABLISHING A NETWORK OF CAMPUS WIDE ANGLERS. Th 
BFC HAS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FREELY AVAILABLE FOR ALL MEMBERS AND ANYONE ELSE INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT WHAT FISHING IS 
ALL about: good friends and GOOD TIMES. OuR EQUIPMENT ROOM CAN COVER ALL YOUR FISHING NEEDS FROM NATIVE BROOK TROUT 
FISHING TO STRIPED BASS SURF CASTING TO ICE FISHING FOR PIKE. ThE BFC HAS TRAVELED TO AND FISHED AT NUMBER OF DESTINATIONS 
ACROSS THE STATE AND TFiE NoRTHEAST INCLUDING THE KeNNEBEC RiVER IN GaRDINER FOR RAINBOW TROUT, PhIPPSBURG FOR STRIPED 

BASS, Sabattus Pond for pike, Moosehead Lake for lake trout and landlocked salmon. Cape Cod for striped bass, and even 
THE Outer Banks for wahoo and tuna. 

FREEWILL FOLK SOCIETY ' 

Ever been to a contradance? Play fiddle, guitar, bagpipes, bones, accordion or banjo? Listen to folk, Celtic, bluegrass, or I 
international music? The Freewill Folk Society is for you. Our events include concerts, jam sessions and monthly 
contradances. 
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GOLF ASSOCIATION 

IS A CAMPUS-WIDE ORGANIZATION THAT ALLOWS BaTES STUDENTS TO PLAY GOLF AT !(, 

short term, we were able to secure unlimited golf passes at two local golf 
Ridge in Auburn. 

GOSPEL CHOIR ("The Gospelaires") 

Make A JOYFUL noise unto the Lord, all ye lands." (Psalms 100:i) Our mission is to sing praises unto the Lord and fully 
rejoice in it. We feel that our mission will bring hope, positivity, respect, optimism and, most importantly, love for our 

FELLOW brothers & SISTERS THROUGH THE SONGS AND ITS' MESSAGES; NOT ONLY WITHIN THE BaTES COLLEGE COMMUNITY, BUT 

throughout the GREATER MaINE COMMUNITY AND BEYOND. 

HEUCASE 

IS THE STUDENT BIOLOGY CLUB WHICH PROVIDES SUPPORT, UNITY, AND INSPIRATION FOR THE EXPLORATION OF BIOLOGY BOTH INSIDE AND 
OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM. We ENHANCE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN STUDENTS AND THE DEPARTMENT BY COORDINATING SEMINAR 
AND DISCUSSIONS, AS WELL AS FUNCTIONING AS AN OFFICIAL LIAISON. HeLICASE PROVIDES GUIDANCE TO STUDENTS ABOUT WHICH 
NATURAL SCIENCE MAJOR WILL SATISFY THEIR INTERESTS BEST AND WHICH COURSES, REGARDLESS OF THEIR MAJOR, WOULD BE APPLICABlE. 

Through fieldtrips and other activities we expose students to the resources that surround them in the Bates and greater 
Maine community, in the hopes of encouraging them to apply these experiences to other work. 

HILLEL 

IS AN ENTIRELY STUDENT-RUN CLUB DESIGNED FOR JeWISH STUDENTS AND OTHERS INTERESTED IN JuDAISM. HiLLEL OFFERS WEEKLY ShABBAT 
dinners, MONTHLY SERVICES AND CELEBRATES ALL MAJOR JeWISH HOLIDAYS. 



MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CLUB HOCKEY 

Open to all students, the men's and women's ice hockey teams 

practice five DAYS A WEEK AND PLAY AROUND 20 GAMES A SEASON, 
EXTENDING FROM NOVEMBER TO FEBRUARY. BoTH TEAMS ARE MEMBERS 

OF THE American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA), which 

S THE largest AND MOST COMPETITIVE CLUB HOCKEY ORGANIZATION IN 
THE NATION AND OFFERS AN ANNUAL NATIONAL TOURNAMENT FOR TOP 
QUALIFYING TEAMS. ThE CLUBS PLAY ON CAMPUS AT UnDERHILL ArENA 
AND TRAVEL THROUGHOUT THE NORTHEAST COMPETING AGAINST OTHER 

OLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WITHIN THE LEAGUE AND PARTICIPATE IN 
REGIONAL PLAYOFFS. BoTH TEAMS ARE STUDENT RUN BUT ARE LED ON-ICE 
BY EXPERIENCED COACHES. ThE MEn's TEAM IS LED BY TOM LeBlONDE, 
A/HO PLAYED COLLEGIATE HOCKEY AND IS NOW A HISTORY TEACHER AT 

EWiSTON High School. The women's team is led by Roger 

aChAPELLE, who in addition to SERVING AS A SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR 
=OR NUMEROUS YEARS HAS COACHED LeWISTON HiGH ScHOOL TO 

v\uLTiPLE Maine state hockey championship titles. 






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NTERNATIONALCLUB 

he International Club provides the Bates community with an opportunity to take part in a large variety of activities ti-iat 

MM TO promote AND ENCOURAGE CROSS-CULTURAL AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING. SuCH ACTIVITIES INCLUDE THE ANNUAL 

nternational Dinner (featuring foods from around the world), trips during the mid-semester breaks, several International 

'ARTIES, AND OUR INTERNATIONAL FaIR AND FESTIVAL WHEN STUDENTS REPRESENT THEIR COUNTRIES IN A VARIETY OF WAYS, RANGING FROM 
■ASHION, to music, to dancing, to PICTURES, MOVIES, AND SOUVENIRS. ThESE ACTIVITIES SERVE AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR 
NTERNATIONAL STUDENTS TO REPRESENT THEMSELVES, THEIR COUNTRIES, CULTURES, AND TRADITIONS. JuST AS IMPORTANTLY. WITH OUR 
ACTIVITIES, WE AIM TO CREATE INTERACTION THAT OFFERS ALL STUDENTS, FROM WITHIN THE UnITED StATES AND FROM OUTSIDE. THE 
NSIGHT ON VARIOUS WORLD ISSUES; YOUNG AMBITIOUS PEOPLE WHO SHARE THE SAME DESIRE FOR KNOWLEDGE, EXPLORATION. AND 
DUCATION. We also SERVE TO SUPPORT THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THEIR TRANSITION PROCESS FROM ONE PART OF THE WORlO'TQ 
ANOTHER. We welcome all MEMBERS OF THE BaTES COMMUNITY AS MEMBERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ClUB, OR PARTICIPANTS IN ITS 
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INVESTMENT CLUB 

The Bates College Investment Club manages a real $110,000+ portfolio on behalf of the college, in support of student 

FINANCIAL aid. ThE CLUB's PORTFOLIO OUTPERFORMED THE MAJOR STOCK INDEXES BY OVER 25% IN 2008l WeEKLY MEETINGS ARE HELD 
TO TEACH THE BASICS OF INVESTMENT ANALYSIS, DISCUSS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND VOTE ON NEW INVESTMENTS, AND LEARN 
ABOUT THE FINANCIAL MARKETS IN GENERAL. No PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OR INVESTMENT EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED, AND STUDENTS FROM ALL 
MAJORS ARE WELCOME. JoiNING THE CLUB IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE WHO MAY BE CONSIDERING FINANCE AS A POSSIBLE 
CAREER AS WELL AS THOSE WHO ARE JUST CURIOUS TO LEARN ABOUT THE FINANCIAL WORLD. 

JUGGLING CLUB 

Balls, rings, clubs, diablos, devil sticks and morei We welcome everyone and anyone who is interested in learning or 

IMPROVING THEIR JUGGLING ANd/oR CIRCUS RELATED ART. ThINK YOU LACK THE COORDINATION TO DO ANYTHING INVOLVING MORE 
THAN ONE FLYING OBJECT? CoME TO A MEETING AND We'lL PROVE YOU WRONG! 

KNIT-WITS 

The Knit-Wits is an organization which aims to give Bates Students a weekly time and space to knit, or learn to knit. We 

HAVE A LOT OF FUN AS A CLUB DOING VARIOUS ACTIVITIES. We ALSO KNIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF DONATING TO A CHARITABLE 
ORGANIZATION. We ENCOURAGE ALL THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN KNITTINg/ WOULD LIKE TO LEARN TO KNIT TO JOIN US! 

MEN'S CLUB LACROSSE 

The Bates Men's Club Lacrosse team has greatly increased in size and popularity since its first season in 2006. Club 
Lacrosse is a great option for anyone interested in experiencing the game of lacrosse at a college level regardless of skill 
or experience. Competition consists mostly of other schools throughout New England. 



LATINOS UNIDOS 

Latinos Unidos is an organization that seeks to afford the 
Latino Students of Bates College with the opportunities needed 
TO embrace their culture while continuing to learn about the 
cultures around them. Our main goal is to enlighten the Bates 
community about the beauty and richness of countries in, 
South America, Central America and the Caribbean. 



LIBERTARIANS 

This group is intended to provide a forum for the discussion and debate of Libertarian ideas. Libertarian ideas, especially 
those surrounding the promotion of personal liberties, are spreading quickly in today's political climate. Our aim is to 
stay updated on these ideas and, in turn, promote an alternative party to the tradition Republican/Democrat system. 




MANIC OPTIMISTS 

What do you get when you put 13 guys who love to sing alone with a piano? You'll have to see for yourself to find out, 
but we're pretty sure you'll be manically optimistic about IT! The Manic Optimists are Bates' newest all-male a cappella 
group, performing a wide variety of current hits and classic favorites. We perform constantly throughout the year, at 
Bates, at other schools, and anywhere else they'll have us, from the Boston Common to Sugarloaf ski resort and beyonc 

MARTIAL ARTS CLUB 

The Bates Martial Arts Club offers students the opportunity to learn many different styles of martial arts and techniques 
that can be used for self-defense or sport, or both. our instructors have many years of training and teaching experience! 

IN A WIDE VARIETY OF MARTIAL ARTS STYLES AND ARE ABLE TO CATER TO EVERY STUDENT's INDIVIDUAL GOALS AND INTERESTS. ThE MaRTIAL 

Arts Club holds multiple practices a week as well as offering a number of Physical Education courses, both of which are 

OPEN TO EVERY MEMBER OF THE BaTES COMMUNITY REGARDLESS OF SKILL LEVEL OR PAST MARTIAL ARTS EXPERIENCE. 

MERIMANDERS 

MeRIMANDERS is THE ONLY STUDENT-RUN FEMALE A CAPELLA GROUP AT BaTES. ThE GROUP, FOUNDED IN 1957, SINGS A VARIETY OF 
MUSICAL GENRES, INCLUDING NEW HITS AND OLDIES. We PERFORM ON CAMPUS, IN MANY LOCAL AND REGIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICE 
SETTINGS, AND AT OTHER COLLEGES. 
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AOCK TRIAL TEAM 

Ve spend a few months preparing a trial, including writing opening and closing statements, and direct and cb^. 

KAMINATIONS. We ANNUALLY ATTEND THE REGIONAL COMPETITIVE TOURNAMENT, WHERE WE COMPETE AGAINST OTHER New t:.^.^ .^ 
OLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES. MoCK TrIAL PRESENTS A GREAT EXPERIENCE TO BOND WITH A GROUP OF BaTESIES, WHIIE ENGAGING IN A^ 

HALLENGING AND EXTREMELY FUN ACTIVITY. 

40DEL UNITED NATIONS 

/loDEL United Nations(also Model UN or MUN) is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate 

\RTICIPANTS about CIVICS, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, GLOBALIZATION AND MULTILATERAL DIPLOMACY. In MODEl UN, STUDENTS TAKE 
N ROLES AS DIPLOMATS AND PARTICIPATE IN A SIMULATED SESSION OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION (IGO). PARTICIPANTS 
ESEARCH A COUNTRY, TAKE ON ROLES AS DIPLOMATS, INVESTIGATE INTERNATIONAL ISSUES, DEBATE, DELIBERATE, CONSULT AND ThFn 
EVELOP SOLUTIONS TO WORLD PROBLEMS. 

^USHAHADA ASSOCIATION 

^USHAHADA AN ASSOCIATION OF THE MuSLIM STUDENTS AND STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE ISLAMIC FAITH AT BaTES. MuSHAHAOA IS AN 
.RABIC WORD AND MEANS VISION. ThE CLUB AIMS AT PROVIDING APPROPRIATE SPACE FOR RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCES, AND INCREASING 
/BARENESS OF ISLAM AS A RELIGION ON THE COLLEGE CAMPUS THROUGH ORGANIZING A DIVERSE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES, WHICH AISO ACT 
5 A PLATFORM FOR INTERACTION BETWEEN MuSLIM STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS AND THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE. 



MUSICIAN'S UNION 

HE Bates Musician's Union aims to bring together musicians into a single collective. Through sponsoring concerts, 

\RTIES, and other CAMPUS-WIDE EVENTS, WE HOPE TO INCREASE AWARENESS OF, EXCITEMENT FOR, AND PARTICIPATION IN THE MANY 
USIC-RELATED OPPORTUNITIES WHICH BaTES OFFERS. ThE UNION ORGANIZES THE SCHEDULES OF CONCERTS AND BAND PRACTICES AND 

IVES MUSICIANS A UNIFIED VOICE BEFORE BaTES AS A WHOLE. 



)UTFRONT 

)UTfRONT serves THE ENTIRE BaTES CoLLEGE COMMUNITY BY SOUNDING OUT 
JNDAMENTAL ISSUES OF SEXUALITY AND GENDER. As BOTH A STUDENT-RUN 
JPPORT GROUP AND A POLITICAL ORGANIZATION, WE FACILITATE EDUCATION AND 
SCUSSION OF GENDER AND SEXUALITY ISSUES WHILE WORKING TO CHANGE 
JTOLERANT AND DISCRIMINATING ATTITUDES. OUTfRONT COOPERATES WITH OTHER 
"UDENT ORGANIZATIONS TOWARD THE GREATER GOAL OF SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR ALL 
'ITHIN, AND BEYOND, THE CoLLEGE 




HOTOGRAPHYCLUB 

HE Bates College Photography Club provides a forum for sharing work, ideas, and opinions about photography through 

RITIQUE AND DISCUSSION. WHETHER YOU SHOOT IN COLOR OR B&W, DIGITAL OR FILM, THE PhOTO ClUB IS OPEN TO ANYONE WITH AN 
JTEREST IN THE SUBJECT. NeVER TAKEN PHOTOS BEFORE? NoT A PROBLEM. We PROVIDE ACCESS AND TUTORIALS FOR THE ClUB 
^RKROOM WHERE STUDENTS CAN DEVELOP AND PRINT BLACK AND WHITE FILM, AND WE ALSO PROVIDE DISCOUNTED FILM. ThE PhOTO 

LUB ALSO PUBLISHES A SEMESTERLY PHOTO PUBLICATION, BlONDE MaGAZINE 

HYSICS SOCIETY 

HE Physics Society's purpose is to advance and spread knowledge of physics to interested members of the Bates 

DMMUNITY. We sponsor SEMINARS, VIDEO VIEWINGS COVERING ALL AREAS OF PHYSICS, SCIENCE RELATED TRIPS. AND A WEEKLY PHYSICS 

INCH (an INFORMAL GATHERING OF PHYSICS STUDENTS, PROFESSORS, AND GUEST LECTURERS). 

5YCHOLOGYCLUB 

HE PURPOSE OF THIS CLUB SHALL BE TO FOSTER INTERACTION BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS AND OTHER INTERESTED INDIVIDUALS WStMiN 
IE CONTEXT OF FIELDS RELATED TO PSYCHOLOGY. SoME OF OUR ACTIVITIES INCLUDE, SPONSORING SPEAKERS HOLDING DISCUSSIONS.- 
SITING PERIODICALLY WITH FACULTY MEMBERS FOR DINNER, AND ATTENDING CONFERENCES. 



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PUBLIC ART CLUB 

The Public Art Club is specifically geared towards sponsoring club members' artworks for the campus' public aesthetics. 
These may be created by one or more people in the club. The Bates Public Art Club is also a catalyst for the spread of art 

ORGANIZATIONS ON BaTES CAMPUS AND ARTISTIC KNOWLEDGE. We FOCUS ON THE CREATION OF ART AND SPREAD OF ARTISTIC IDEAS 
THROUGH WORKS INTENDED FOR PUBLIC VIEWING! 



REPUBLICANS 

The Bates College Republicans is a political organization that promotes 

CONSERVATIVE VALUES ON THE BaTES CAMPUS AND HELPS ELECT REPUBLICAN 
CANDIDATES AT THE LOCAL, STATE AND NATIONAL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT. ClUB 
MEMBERS HOST PROMINENT SPEAKERS, ENGAGE IN GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM ON 
BEHALF OF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES, SPONSOR SCHOOL-WIDE DEBATES, AND 
GENERALLY HEIGHTEN POLITICAL AWARENESS AT BaTES. ThE CLUB HAS A STRONG 
BELIEF IN THE BENEFITS OF A STRONG TWO-PARTY GOVERNMENT. 





ROBINSON PLAYERS 

The Robinson Players is the only student-run theater group on campus and 

ONE OF THE OLDEST CLUBS AT BaTES. ThE RoB PlAYERS ARE ACTIVE IN THE BaTES AND^ 
LeWISTON-AuBURN communities, putting on full LENGTH AND ONE ACT PLAYS, 
children's SHOWS, MUSICALS AND OTHER EVENTS THAT ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE * 
PUBLIC. Our group gives student performers, directors AND DESIGNERS OF AN 
EXPERIENCE OR BACKGROUND A CHANCE TO HONE THEIR SKILLS IN A SUPPORTIVE AND 
FUN ENVIRONMENT 






RUGBY CLUB (M) 

The Bates Rugby Club M) competes in the fall, playing rivals Colby and Bowdoin in addition to Maine-Farmington, 
Maine-Orono, and UNH in the northeast conference in the New England Rugby Football Union (NERFU). We practice! 
Monday through Friday and have games on Saturday. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to be of gargantuan 

SIZE TO PLAY RUGBY. We NEED PEOPLE PLAYERS OF VARIOUS BODY TYPES TO PLAY THE ALL OF THE POSITIONS. Do NOT WORRY ABOUT 
HAVING PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE AS ALMOST ALL COLLEGIATE RUGBY PLAYERS DO NOT HAVE PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE. RuGBY IS AN INTENSE 
GAME REQUIRING YOU TO PUSH YOUR BODY AND YOUR MIND TO THE LIMIT. 

RUGBY CLUB (W) 

Ladies, we want you: rugby is notjust for men anymore! We're a competitive, but fun-loving bunch. During the fall, we 
PRACTICE Monday through Friday and have games on Saturdays against teams all over New England. We just recently 

MOVED FROM D2 TO D3, MAKING OUR UPCOMING 2010 SEASON FULL OF PROMISE AND EXCITEMENT. We WARMLY WELCOME PEOPLE Of 
EVERY SIZE AND ABILITY. AnYONE CAN PLAY RUGBY! WiTH FIFTEEN PLAYERS ON THE FIELD AT ONCE, WE HAVE A POSITION FOR EVERYONE. 
No PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED AS ALMOST NONE OF OUR PLAYERS COME INTO THE SPORT KNOWING ANYTHING ABOUT IT. CoME 
LEARN HOW TO TACKLE, PASS BACKWARDS, KICK SOME BUTT AND MAKE SOME LONG-LASTING FRIENDSHIPS! 

SAILING CLUB 

Bates Sailing is a team of racers that competes throughout the 

FALL AND SPRING IN THE COMPETITIVE NEISA DISTRICT, ThE TEAM ALSO 
OFFERS MEMBERS OF THE BaTES COMMUNITY THE OPPORTUNITY TO 
LEARN AND ENJOY THE SPORT. 

SALAAM NAMASTE 

Salaam Namaste is an organization seeking to promote awareness of South Asian culture at Bates College. With its 

VIBRANT culture, BUBBLING SPIRIT AND TEEMING KNOWLEDGE, SoUTH AsiA IS A GROWING ATTRACTION IN THE WORLD AND HAS PROVEN 
TO BE OF MUCH INTEREST TO STUDENTS FROM AMERICA AND THE OTHER COUNTRIES REPRESENTED AT BaTES. FoUNDED ON THE 
ENTHUSIASM OF SoUTH AsiAN STUDENTS AT BaTES YEARNING TO SHARE THEIR HERITAGE WITH THEIR FELLOW STUDENTS, THIS CLUB TRULY 

ENRICHES Bates' multicultural life by organizing cultural events from South Asia such as "Holi" (The World's Biggest 
Water Fight) and "Diwali" (The Festival of Lights) and hosting South Asian cooking nights and Bollywood movie nights 
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5ANGAI ASIA 

Sangai" means "togetherness" in Nepalese, which is a founding purpose o- 

ROMOTE Asian and Asian-American awareness, identity, and fellowship on ti.. 

;oMMUNiTY. Sangai Asia has held and cosponsored events such as dinners, cg 

ireworks displays, and lectures focusing on Asian and Asian- American identity and cl n addition, Sangai Asia 

,Lso produces the annual "Asian Performance Night," which typically features an ouTSiot f-w^KSsiONAi performance 

;roup, and highlights the diverse Asian cultural backgrounds of its members and Bates sTuoFraT-. THBnur^H ihf cf-uir.u.A.u,-, 

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iCRABBLE CLUB 

;cRABBLE Club provides a way for STUDENTS TO come together and play Scrabble. Students can bring friends or meet new 

)NES while playing EITHER SINGLES ScRABBLE, ONE-ON-ONE, OR DOUBLES, TWO-ON-TWO. FoR STUDENTS WHO DESIRE MORE COMPETITIVE 
LAY, THE CLUB HOLDS TOURNAMENTS IN WHICH ALL STUDENTS AND FACULTY ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE. SCRABBIE 
;;LUB also HOPES TO ENTER TOURNAMENTS WITH TEAMS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. ThE CLUB WORKS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 
ITERACY VoLUNTEERS-AnDROSCOGGIN, AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS ADULTS IN AnDROSCOGGIN CoUNTY ACQUIRE BASIC READING, 
\/RITING, AND MATH SKILLS. ScRABBLE ClUB MEMBERS VOLUNTEER AT THE LITERACY VoLUNTEERS-AnDROSCOGGIN ANNUAL "SCRABBlE 

est" in April. 

.EED 

Magazine is a provocative, inspiring, and visually stimulating student run publication that features prose, poetry, 

HOTOGRAPHY, PAINTING, AND DRAWING BY BaTES STUDENTS. DISTRIBUTED ONCE A SEMESTER SEED WORKS TO EXPOSE THE ARTISTIC AND 

CLECTIC TALENTS OF THE BaTES CoLLEGE STUDENT BODY. 

iHOOTING ASSOCIATION 

-'S A THRILL, AND It's SAFE. GeT INVOLVED IN THE RELATED SPORTS, AND LEARN ABOUT ALL RELATED ASPECTS AT THE TWO LOCAL SHOOTING 
ANGES. We SPONSOR SAFETY TRAINING COURSES AND HAVE EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS TO ENSURE A SAFE AND HElPFUl 
NVIRONMENT. JojN THE ShOOTING ASSOCIATION TO LEARN THE ACTIVITY THAT IS AT THE HEART OF A TRADITIONAL MaINE LIFESTYLE. 

iNOWBOARDING CLUB (SHRED CLUB) 

HE Bates Snowboarding Club (Shred Club) is all about enjoying nature in an extreme way. We sponsor ski and 

NOWBOARD EVENTS SUCH AS WINTER TRIPS TO SKI MOUNTAINS IN NeW EnGLAND AND BEYOND, AS WELL AS LOCAL SKATE PARK TRIPS AND 
VEN SURF TRIPS. ThIS CLUBS GOAL IS TO GET SHRED-READY BaTES STUDENTS OUT AND ABOUT RIDING AND COMPETING. 

lOCCER CLUB 

HE Bates Men's Club Soccer team provides an opportunity for members of the Bates College community across a wide 

RRAY OF skill LEVELS TO COMPETE AGAINST OTHER SCHOOLS. ThE TEAM MEETS DURING THE WEEK AND ON WEEKENDS FOR PRACTICE AND 

RAVELS THROUGHOUT NeW EnGLAND FOR GAMES. ThE TEAM IS RUN BY STUDENTS. 

TRANGE BEDFELLOWS 

5 THE ONE AND ONLY IMPROVISATIONAL COMEDY GROUP AT BaTES. ThEY PERFORM BOTH SHORT-FORM AS WELL AS LONG-FORM IMPROV 
ND CONTINUALLY EXPLORE AND EXPERIMENT WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF LONG-FORM IMPROV STRUCTURES SUCH AS THE HaROLD, THE ASCAT. 
ND THE BAT, A SHOW THAT IS PERFORMED ENTIRELY IN THE DARK! ThE BeDFELLOWS PERFORM BIWEEKLY AT DIFFERENT VENUES All OVER 
AMPUS AS WELL AS AT VENUES IN LeWISTON SUCH AS ThE BlAKE StREET ToWERS RETIREMENT HOME. ThEY ALSO PERFORM AT OTHER 
OLLEGES SUCH AS SkIDMORE CoLLEGE FOR THE ANNUAL NATIONAL CoLLEGE CoMEDY FESTIVAL THAT SkIDMORE HOSTS EVERY YEAR. ThE 
lEDFELLOWS BRING PROFESSIONAL IMPROV AND SKETCH COMEDY GROUPS TO BaTES, WHO IN THE PAST, HAVE INCLUDED ThE UpRIGHT 

JTIZENS Brigade Touring Company and The Late Night Players. The Bates community always eagerly anticipates the 
NNUAL Bedfellow Holiday Show because it is the last show of first semester and it is the only scripted show that the 

lEDFELLOWS WRITE AND REHEARSE PRIOR TO PERFORMING. ThE MAIN GOAL OF ThE StRANGE BeDFELLOWS IS TO BRING LAUGHTER TO THE 

iates community and the surrounding areas of Lewiston and Auburn using the increasingly popular art form of 

viprovisational comedy as a tool and a medium. 



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The Bates Student has served as the College's main and entirely student-run 

NEWSPAPER since 1 8/3 AND IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY WHILE CLASSES ARE IN SESSION.ThE 

Bates Student, the voice of Bates College since 1873, publishes weekly, 

COVERING news, ARTS, SPORTS AND FORUM ON CAMPUS AND IN THE COMMUNITY. 
The STAFF BURNS THE MIDNIGHT OIL ON SuNDAY EVENINGS AND ALL NIGHT 

Monday to produce the newspaper for Tuesday delivery. The Student is 
entirely student run and edited without an advisor or any 
administrative oversight. 

STUDENTS FOR JUSTICE IN PALESTINE 

This is a club at Bates College that consists of students interested in the Palestine/Israel conflict. The members believe 

THAT THE PALESTINIAN NARRATIVE IS NOT UNDERSTOOD IN THE UnITED StATES; THUS, MANY INJUSTICES AGAINST PALESTINIANS OCCUR 
WITHOUT NOTICE. THEREFORE, IT IS THE GOAL OF THIS CLUB TO PRESENT THE PALESTINIAN NARRATIVE TO BaTES THROUGH SPEAKERS, 
MOVIES, FORUMS, AND DIALOGS. ThIS ALSO ENTAILS POLITICAL ACTIVISM AND ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN CAMPUS ORGANIZATION AND 
PUBLICATIONS BY THE MEMBERS TO BRING AWARENESS OF THE ISRAELl's AND PALESTINIANS WORKING FOR PEACE. We BELIEVE THAT 
UNDERSTANDING THE PALESTINIAN NARRATIVE IS VITAL FOR A LASTING PEACE PROCESS IN THE MiDDLE EaST. As WE EDUCATE MORE 

Americans about Palestinians then, as a nation, we can take the appropriate steps towards a sustainable and just peace. 

TAIKO CLUB 

Taiko are stick percussion instruments originated from Japan. Bates Taiko Club meets once a week for official Taiko 

DRUMMING LESSON FROM INSTRUCTOR AND ADDITIONAL MEETINGS FOR PRACTICE PURPOSES AMONG MEMBERS. In THE PAST, TaIKO ClUB 
has PERFORMED IN SaNGAI AsIAN NiGHT, INTERNATIONAL ClUB CoFFEE HoUSE AND CBB JaPAN FaIR. We ALSO ORGANIZED CULTURAL 
ACTIVITIES FOR MEMBERS SUCH AS WATCHING TaIKO PERFORMANCES IN BoSTON. 

TAKE NOTE 

Take note is one of the two co-ed a cappella groups on campus. We sing a variety of songs from wide spectrum of 

GENRES, FROM CLASSIC TUNES LIKE "ElEANOR RiGBY" BY THE BeATLES TO MODERN DAY HITS LIKE MaINO's "AlL THE AbOVE". We LOVE TO 
perform and DO SO AT EVERY CHANCE WE GET, WHETHER IT BE ATA SMALL, INTIMATE CONCERT, A CAMPUS WIDE A CAPPELLA JAM, OR AN 
EVENT IN THE LA COMMUNITY. 

TRIATHLON CLUB 

We ARE FOCUSED ON BRINGING THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED, BUT NECESSARILY EXPERIENCED, IN TRIATHLONS OF ANY DISTANCE TOGETHER 
TO TRAIN HARD AND HAVE LOTS OF FUN! AlSO, AS AN OFFICIAL USAT RECOGNIZED CLUB TEAM, YOU CAN KEEP RACING FOR BaTES EVEN 
AFTER YOU GRADUATE! 

ULTIMATE FRISBEE 

The legendary Orange Whip (Men's) and Cold Front (Women's) are two club teams committed to the sport and spirit of 
Ultimate. Practices are held 5 times per week, consisting of drills, scrimmaging, conditioning and games. We are a team 

THAT PLAYS WITH INTENSITY WHILE ALWAYS MANAGING TO HAVE A GREAT TIME. In THE FALL SEASON WE PLAY AS MANY TOURNAMENTS AS 
WE CAN, TRAVELING FROM MaINE AS FAR AS WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS AND RhODE IsLAND. In THE WINTER, WE KEEP IT REAL WITH 
CONDITIONING, WINTERY TOURNEYS AND A 4 V. 4 LEAGUE. SpRING MAKES WAY FOR MEN's AND WOMEN's USA CONFERENCE 

Championships and Regionals. 

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST ASSOCIATION 

The Bates Unitarian universalist association is a liberally spiritual group that meets occasionally to discuss issues of 

RELIGIOUS CURIOSITY AND GROWTH. In A TRUSTFUL, TOLERANT, AND LAID-BACK ENVIRONMENT, WE ENCOURAGE EACH OTHER TO ASK AND 
ANSWER THOSE BIG 'LIFE QUESTIONS' THAT ARE ANCHORED TO THE APPRECIATION OF OUR LIVES. 

VOLLEYBALL CLUB 

The Bates Volleyball Club is a competitive team that competes against schools from all around New England. We compet 
IN THE New England College Volleyball League. We are a club sport that is open to anyone who is willing to play. We 

COMPETE against SUCH SCHOOLS AS BoWDOIN, COLBY, UNIVERSITY OF MaINE, BrOWN, WiLLIAMS AND MANY OTHERS. 

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WATER POLO CLUB (M) 

The 2010 SEASON was a very successful one for the Bates Men's Water Polo Team, 

FINISHING third IN OUR CONFERENCE FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW. WhILE THE TEAM MAY 
BE FAR SMALLER IN NUMBERSAND SIZE THAN THE REST OF THE CLUBS IN THE CONFERENCE, THERE 
IS CERTAINLY NO LACK OF TALENT. LeAD BY TOP SCORERS JiMMY MiLLER, MiKE HaniEY, AND 

Dan Aupi Bates' offensive firepower often overwhelmed opposing teams. Goalie Will 
Strathmann emerged as one of the premiere goalies in the conference anchoring a 
much-improved Bates defense. With a significantly smaller team than the other upper 

echelon of CLUBS IN THE CONFERENCE, BaTES' SUCCESS CAME IN LARGE PART NOTFROM ANY 
single individual, but THROUGH TEAMWORK AND AN UNPARALLELED DRIVE TO WIN. EvERY 

member of this team is an essential component and played a huge role in why we 
have restored this club to being recognized as a formidable opponent in the north 
Atlantic Division. Thisteam is filled with a bunch competitors who love the sport, 

LOVE TO win, and LOVE TO HAVE FUN, ACOMBINATION THAT HAS PRODUCED A 2010 SEASON 
TO BE PROUD OF. ThE BaTES Men's WaTER PoLO TEAM HAS HOPE FOR AN EVEN BEHER 2011 
SEASON WITH ALL OF ITS MEMBERS RETURNING. CoNGRATS ON A GREAT SEASON FELLAS! 




WATER POLO CLUB (W) 

Women's Waterpolo is an athletic club that is open to everyone; No experience needed.. .If you can swim, you can 
PLAY.. .Come get wetiii 



WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER 

Women's Resource Center is a student-run group that promotes 
awareness, discussion, and activism concerning women's issues. The 

CENTER IS intended TO SERVE AS A SAFE AND COMFORTABLE SPACE FOR WOMEN 
ON CAMPUS, TO PROVIDE A PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO EXCHANGE IDEAS AND MEET 
WITH PEERS AND PROFESSORS OUTSIDE OF AN ACADEMIC SETTING, TO GENERATE 
AND ENCOURAGE DIALOGUE BETWEEN BaTESIES REGARDING GENDER AND 
women's issues at a local, national and INTERNATIONAL LEVEL AND TO 
FACILITATE ACTION AND RAISE AWARENESS REGARDING GENDER AND WOMEN's 
ISSUES. The group's activities are meant to foster an atmosphere FREE OF 
sexism, discrimination AND VIOLENCE ON CAMPUS. We HOLD WEEKLY 
MEETINGS TO DISCUSS ISSUES AND PLAN EVENTS. MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE 

ENTIRE Bates community. 




WRBC 

Bates' own fully licensed radio station broadcasting since 1958 at 91,5 FM. We represent one of Bates' most eciectic 

CLUBS, and feature LIVE RADIO PROGRAMMING OF ALL GENRES AND STYLES 24 HOURS A DAY, 365 DAY OF THE YEAR. We AISO HOST 
CONCERTS AND EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR, INCLUDING OUR FAMED TrIVIA NiGHT. ReCENT MUSICIANS WE HAVE HOSTED 

INCLUDE FM Belfast, Yeasayer, and Crystal Castles. Listen online around the world at www.wrbcradio.com and find out 

WHAT we are all ABOUT! 

YOUNG ENTREPERNEURS CLUB 

Bates Young Entreperneurs Club aims towards young fresh entrepreneurs willing to come up with unique business ideas 

AND implementing THEM WITH BUDGET RESTRAINTS. ThE MAIN PURPOSE OF THE CLUB IS TO HOLD A COMPETITION BETWEEN THESE 
aspiring ENTREPRENEURS (iT HAS TO BE GROUPS OF BETWEEN 2 - 5 PEOPLE), AND TO DECIDE ON THE GROUP WITH THE BEST 
ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS. ThE CLUB HAS PROFESSORS AS THE JUDGING PANEL FOR THE COMPETITION AND ALSO INCORPORATES ITSElF WITH 
OTHER CLUB EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES. B.Y.E IS A GREAT WAY TO EXPERIENCE WHAT's OUT THERE, AND MAKE IT FUN AT THE SAME TIME. If YOU 

ARE UP FOR CHALLENGES AND ARE CREATIVELY INNOVATIVE, B.Y.E IS DEFINITELY THE CLUB FOR YOU! 



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Sherborn, ma 

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Concord, MA 

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Wilton, CT 
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Okemos, mi 

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Okemos, Ml 

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Merchantville, NJ 

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Monmouth, ME 

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West Hartford, CT 

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Portland, OR 
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Lake Forest, IL 
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Chloe Elizabeth Bourne 

Litchfield, CT 

Environmental Studies 




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North AnLEBORO, MA 
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East Sandwich. MA 

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Reading, MA 
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Saratoga Springs, NY 

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Wellesley, ma 

Economics 




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Chemistry 




Mohamed Masid Cader 

Lewiston, me 

Mathematics, Economics 




Patrick Ryan Carroll 

North Andover, MA 

Biology 




Matthew Lynn Chance 

Prairie Grove, AR 

Psychology 




Harry Sun Woo Chung 
Naperville, 
Physics 




Alice Gwendolyn Caffrey 

Greenwich, NJ 

Biological Chemistry 




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San Rafael, CA 

History 




Jane Elizabeth Chandler 

Boise, ID 

Philosophy 




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Middleton, ma 

History 




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North Clarendon, VT i 
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Willimantic, CT 

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Leawood, KS 

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Kensington, MD 

Economics 




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Newbury, MA 

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County Cork, Ireland 


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Farmington, CT 

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fhonolulu, fhi 

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Braintree, ma 

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Gilford, NH 

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ZoE Alling Donaldson 
Mount Vernon, NY 

English 





Melissa Mae Ducommun 

Wilmette, IL 
Biology 



Alexandra Jane Dukakis 

Newton, MA 

Politics 





Anh Tu Mi Mi Duong 

Manchester, NFi 
Psychology 



Frederick William Durkin 

Rye Beach, NH 

History 




^rett Hamilton Epler 

Wellesley, ma 

Economics 





Joseph Gordon Doody 
South Hadley, MA 

Rhetoric 




Davina Ellen Dukuly 

Lowell, MA 

Politics 




Terehas Negesti Edward; 
Kingston, Jamaica , 

Politics 



Thomas Richard Esponnette 

Auburn, ME 

Biologry 




Meghan Elizabeth Fahe' 

middlebury vermont 

Environmental Studies 




Sebastian Farach Aldana 

Guatemala City, Guatemala 

Psychology 




Gregory Edward Flynn 
Edwards, CO 

Gfoiogy 




Timothy Frederic Fox 



Framingham, ma 
Theater 




August Martin Felix 

Cambridge, MA 
Environmental Studies 




Meagan Sue Forsythe 
Fairfield, ME 
Psychology 




BRinNEY MiCHELE FrENCH 

Auburn, ME 

Anthropology 




Elliu( t r,L^Lf.,v.K Foster 

Coral Springs, FL 

Music 




Robert FHeriz i kicuman 
FHastings-Huoson, NY 
Environmental Studies 




Alexander lee U'Allant 

Bangor, ME 

Theater 



Carolyn VanBuren Gallmeyer 

Grand Rapids, Ml 

Engiish 



Daniel OARciAfvicouiRE 

Brookivn, NY 

Anth»opoiooy 



wMOfi Fin.; . 
CMEiMSfOio, MA 

ANTHtopoioov. Spanish 




Nicole Marie Fox 
Chicago, II 

HiSTO»> 




Drew Shcxiuan v^au*', 

lowtu. MA 
Tmeaim Socioioo' 




f-JT^flWt^A*' 




Ian Charles Gilchrist 

HuMMELSrOWN, PA 

Chemistry 




Elizabeth Bailey Glennon 
Yarmouth, ME 

Biology 




Uriel Sebastian Gonzalez 

Von Ormy, Texas 
Art and Visual Culture, Russian 




Meredith Rachel Green 

Ridgefield, CT 

Politics, Art and Visual Culture 






Helen Margaret Ginn 
Cleveland Heights, OH 
Art and Visual Culture 



Justin Andrew Giroux 

Fairfield, ME 

Biological Chemistry 



Tracy Brooke Glazier 
Weston, CT 

Psychology 





HiROMI Go 

Corvallis, or 

Mathematics, Economics 




Sara Ellen Godek Cara Allison Gomberg 

Laconia, NH Chappaqua, NY 

Art and Visual Culture, Biological Chemisty Psychology 




Matthew Baum Gordon 

Brooklyn, NY 

English 





Douglas Ryan Goulding 



Scituate, MA 
Environmental Studies 



Charlotte Akoury Gray! 

New Canaan, CT 

English 




)Riana Wynne Gross 

Andover, ma 

History 




Peter Nathaniel Gurney 

Arlington, VA 

Music 




Megan Brittany GuynejI 

Upland, CA 

Theater 




Peter Whiton Hall-Risko 
Bedford, NY 
Economics 




Bryan Daniel Harrison 

Lawrence, KS 

Biological Chemistry 




[Cambria Grace Hempton 

Houston, TX 

English 




Quan Hoang Ho 
Cranston, RI 
Neuroscience 




Nina Danielle Halperin 

Malden, ma 

Spanish 




Ashley Elisabeth Haru 

West Bath, ME 

East Asian Studies 




Stephany Sofia Hernandez 

New York, NY 
English, Interdisciplinary Studies 




Iicaela Erin Holland 
Belmont, MA 
Sociology 




AlisaJean Hamilton 
Hampden, ME 

Anthropology 




Rachel Marie Hastings 

Marblehead, MA 

English 




Hallie Robison nERZ 

Halioweh, me 

American Cultural Studies 




CAkoiYNN Maxene Harris 
Weston, CT 

BiOlOGv 




Jane JiNG He 

Jackson Heights. NY 

Economics 




Catherine Frances Hines 

New Canaan, CT 

PSVCMOIOOV 




UtVIN I^AUl tlORVAUi 
Iake Hiawaima NJ 
Socioic 






Alexandra Claire Hyman 
scarsdale, ny 

English 



Jessica Devon Miller Igoe 
Lexington, MA 

Economics 



David Nicholas Irons 

Milton, MA 

Classical and Medieval Studies 





Emily MaryJasinski 

Durham, NH 

Psychology 




Audrey Catherine Jensen Elizabeth Doane Johnston 

Miami, FL Westport, CT 

Art and Visual Culture, Environmental Studies Psychology 




Hyun-Woo Kang 

Princeton, NJ 

East Asian Studies 





Eliza L. Kano-Bower 

Wayland, ma 

East Asian Studies 



GiTA Kantrow 

Boston, MA 

Sociology 






Mert Karakus 



Istanbul, Turkey 
Economics 



William Walter Katz 

Bronxville, NY 

Economics 





Nathan Garrison Kane 

Blauvelt, NY 

Politics 




Morgan Elyse Kapinos 

Wellesley, ma 

Spanish, Sociology 




Sema Anoush Kazarian Andrew Michael Bentley KELEh' 
Providence, RI Baltimore, MD 

Politics Economics 




Shameena Khan 

Bronx, NY 

Women and Gender Studies 




Christine Choshi Kim 

Waconia, MN 

English 



mmtmfUKM 




Erin Elizabeth Kintzing 

Rensselaer, NY 

Economics 




InGRID DiLCMO't f.NOWlES 
CuMBEIlANO. ME 

GeoiOGv 






Sarah Beverly Koatz 

New York, NY 

Sociology 



Monthe Nicholas Kofos 

Marlborough, MA 

Psychology 



GarrehJohn Kopeski Christina hlisabeth kraizman 



Westfield, ma 
Philosophy 



FAIKflElD CT 
Spanish 






Jennifer Mary Krupski 

Foxborough, ma 

Philosophy 



Kirsten Holmes Laaspere 

Londonderry, NH 

Rhetoric 



Christopher Kyan LAbRtcQUE 

Falmouth, ME 

Biology 



(wATHERiNE Anne laky 

Camden. ME 

Women and Genoii Stuixts 




NJA 



East FHampton, NY 
Environmental Studies 




ME Ko Lee 

Kyunggi-Do, Republic of Korea 

Mathematics, Economics 





iZABfciH .^ 
lONDON, UnITI! 

Intehdiscipun*' 



.Nk, 



tCONOMlCS 




Kerri Lynn Leonhardt 

MiLFORD, NJ 

Economics, Mathematics 




Robert Mckusick Liscord 

Mont Vernon, NH 

History 




Noah Staughton R. Lynd 

Meriden, NH 

Physics 





Dencie Casey LeVeen 

Manchester, ME 

Politics 




Allison McCrea Lizars 

East Hampton, NY 

Art and Visual Culture 




Hannah Christine Mack 
Dayville, CT 
Sociology 




William Leonard Manchuck JR Joanna Christine Mangar 
VVest Hartford, CT Kingston, Jamaica 

History Biological Chemistry 




Jenna Cristine Ligor 

Denmark, ME 
Art and Visual Culture 




Paul Michael Lombardi 

Chappaqua, NY 

History 





Dana Emily Lindauer 

Needham, ma 

Classical and Medieval Studies 




Morgan Anne Lynch 

Hingham, ma 

Economics, French 



Amalia Elizabeth Maletta Marissa Danielle Maliwanagi 

Washington, DC Irvine, CA 

Classical and Medieval Studies Biology 




Cecily Lippitt Mauran 

Providence, RI 

Art and Visual Culture 




Lauren Marie McAllister| 



Bethel, ME 
Psychology 





Benjamin Thompson McCall 

South Portland, ME 

Politics 




Charles Edward McGillivray 

WiNNETKA, IL 

Psychology 




i| Patrick Shedd McNulty 
Franklin, MA 
Politics 




Israel Mesa 

Pawtucket, RI 

Music 



riNE Mar It McCall 
Lowell, MA 
History 




Kevin Jaml. . ,ald 

Stewart Manor, NY 
Psychology 



Kaiiiyn Ann McE-- 
HOCKESStN, DE 

BlOlOGY 





Anna Gloria McGrath 

Tyngsboro, ma 

Neuroscience 



Camden Alexander McKenna 

Manchester, NH 

History 




Luca^ , .^..^ McNuiTY 

WlNNHICA. IL 

Chine 




John Patrick McSorley 

Mercerville, NJ 

History 





Mariana Nacif Mendes 

Miami, FL 

Art and Visual Culture 



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Hinoham, ma 
Economics 




Jackson Blair Mesick 

Slingerlands, NY 

Chemistry 



UANILL ( kLI'L'O JV\Ulfc8 JtNNIfff 

Irvinoion, NY 

HiSIOBY t'atv^- 







ISOBEL CaLDERWOOD MoILES 

Waldoboro, me 

Politics 





Adrian Morales 

HiAlEAH, FL 

Economics 




Emily Bauer Mover 

New York, NY 
Art and Visual Culture 




Julia Elizabeth Murphy 

hopkinton, nh 

Interdisciplinary Studies 



Timothy Ian Molnar 

Rocky River, OH 

Mathematics, German 



Emily Rebecca Moddy 

Charlottesvile, VA 

Japanese 



Sarah Catherine Moore 
Bedford, NH 
Psychology 





Eliott William Anthony Morgan Matthew James Moschitto 
Woodbridge, CT Andover, MA 

Biological Chemistry Chemistry 




Emily Kathleen Mulligan 

Concord, NH 

Psychology 





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Nancy Munoz 

Commerce, CA 

Psychology 



!endan James Gerard Murphy| 
Sandwich, MA 
Economics 




Patrick Joseph Murphy 



Cape Elizabeth, ME 
History 




Christopher John Murtagh 

Rowley, MA 

Politics 




Molly Aderine Mylius 

Anchorage, AK 

Environmental Studies 




Daniel Anthony Naparstek 

Canton, MA 

History 



Nawshaba Nawreen 

Dhaka, Banbladesh 

Biological Chemistry 




Cody Hicks Newman 

Montclair, NJ 

Chemistry 



Molly Meredith Newton 

Easthampton, ma 

Environmental Studies 




Thao Huong Nguyen 

Hanoi, Vietnam 
' 'lOGicAL Chemistry, Japanese 



Lucas Bird Nichols 

Plymouth, MA 

Politics 



iiraula 
Lewiston, me 
Neuroscience 



Molly Justine Nelson 
Albuquerque, NM 
Spanish, Philosophy 



KlMBERlY KftiSTEN I ^iobtki 

No»iH Haven, CT 

Art and Visuai CuuutE 




Hong Manh Nguyen 


Noel I mi Nguten 


Plainville, CT 


Portland, ME 


Mathematics 


PSYCHOIOGV 





Jamie Lee Nickerson 

Benton, ME 

Biological Chemistry 




Kathleen Anne rNioniiNoAic 
Hampden. ME 

BlOtOOICAk 



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Joseph John Nowak III 


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Brunswick, ME 


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History 


Physics, i 





TTiMOTHY Taizo Ohashi 

Bethesda, MD 

Psychology 




Erica Louise Ong 

Bangkok, Thailand 

Politics 




Matthew Paul Parker 

Setauket, NY 

Politics 




Sebastian Pedraza 

Rego Park, NY 
Biological Chemistry 





Matthew Robert Ohlheiser Lauren Jessie Okano Sarah Emily O'Loughlin 

West Hartford, CT Rock Springs, WY Big Flats, NY 

History Artand Visual Culture, Interdisciplinary Studies English 




Gabrielle Rogers Otto 

Norwich, VT 

English 




Simone Frances Pathe 

Madison, NJ 

Politics, French 




Chelsea Elizabeth Pennucci 

Mamaroneck, NY 

Psychology 




Marina Ann Pappas 

Devens, ma 

History 



Claire Elizabeth Parker 

Essex Junction, VT 

Chemistry 




Ellen Cooper Patterson 

St. Louis Park, MN 

Psychology 



JuDSON Slade Peck 

topsham, vt 
Environmental Studies 




Natalie Ann Perez 

Vero Beach, FL 

Psychology 



Mareika de Haas Phillips 

West Hartford, CT 

Art and Visual Culture 




SamuelJesse Polak 

West Hartford, CT 

Mathematics 




Meredith Marie Poore 
duxbury, ma 
Psychology 



;AH RaE POkil 

Madison, WI 
Spanish, Art and Visual Culture 





Cameron Davis Powel 

Shaker Heights, OH 

Sociology 



Katewatson Hickok Prins 

Bernardsville, NJ 

Psychology 




Anna Nickerson Query 
Philadelphia, PA 

Psychology 





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Nkese Rankine Michael Gt^i^koibv Rashkov 

Brooklyn, NY Sofia, Bulgaria 

/omen and Gender Studies, Politics Economics 



Kyle Timmons Rattray 

New York, NY 

Economics 





Lindsay Beth Reuter 

Shrewsbury, NJ 

Vomen and Gender Studies 



Hannah Salisbury Richardson 
Concord, MA 

PSYCHOIOGY 



Eammon Pairick Ruey 
KetNE. NH 

BlOlOOlCAi CMIMiSTtr 




Emma Caroiine Posnc. 

CAMBttOGE, MA 




KYAN v^mAkicj yjiui'NfN 

Watesiown ma 

ECONOW 




EuzA Brooks Reao-B»'.'v, 

HiNGHAM. MA 

PoilTlCS 








NlCOLEHE KaRINA RoBBINS 

Encino, CA 
Psychology 



Stephanie Schuyler Rooth 

New Orleans, LA 

Sociology, Theater 



Zachary Arthur Stenger Ross 

Hamden, CT 
Environmental Studies, Economics 



Elizabeth Storer Rowley 

evanston, il 

Politics, French 







Keegan Timothy Runnals 

Wolfeboro, NH 

Geology 



Kathryn Elizabeth Ruocco 

Pelham Manor, NY 

Sociology 



Natalie Marie Ruppertsberger 

Plainfield, NH 

Biology 



Emily Clarke Russell 

Queensbury, NY 

Environmental Studies 




Blair Aster Sacks 

Brooklyn, NY 

Art and Visual Culture 





Brian Stephen St. Thomas 

Wellesley, ma 

Mathematics 



Daniel Cameron Santorella 

Danvers, ma 

Rhetoric 




Abigail Katherine Saucier 

Yarmouth, ME 

Biology 




Diane Caitlin Saunders 

Durham, NC 

Art and Visual Culture, Biology 




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Allegra Louise Scharff LJanielle Marie ^jcherer 

Providence, RI Chestnut Ridge, NY 

Environmental Studies English, American Cultural Studie ! 





Megan Elizabeth Schleck Nicholas Peter Schmiemann 
Mendota Heights, MN Weymouth, MA 

Psychology Economics 




Shalini Sharan 
Jamshedpur, India 

Economics 




Emily Blair Sheehan 

Meriden, NH 
Art and Visual Culture 



Anna Wynne Skarstad 
I Pleasantville, NY 

j Art and Visual Culture 





Sara Sol Herodier 

San Salvador, El Salvador 

Environmental Studies 




ABETH LUTHER 5TADTMUELLER 
OSHKOSH, Wl 

Psychology 




Mi 

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Woodland, ME 
Biology 



Christina Beth Schnurr 

Sharon, CT 

Sociology, History 




Shikifcr Cakmine Sekkao 

MuMBAi. India 

Economics 




Carolyn Anne Silva-Sanchez 

Lexington, MA 

Politics 



Gabhiei Phiup Suverman 
West HAeifoio. CT 

PSVCHOIOGV 




MaRTA KaTARZYNA SOIOMIANKO 

Plainview, NY 
Art and Visual Culture 




Lindsay Ann Souie 

South PotiiANO. ME 

Poimcs 




Alexandra bR 
Nf'.-.^ 
Bioi 




ERSON 






Alexander Michael Streim 

West Hartford, CT 

English 



Vannie Sung 

New York, NY 

English 



Theodore Kofi Sutherland 

Accra, Ghana 

Economics 






Lindsay Alexandra Swan Elizabeth Justine Polo Johnson Sweet Ada Tadmor 

Williamstown, ma San Francisco, CA Brookline, Ma 

Interdisciplinary Studies French Sociology 




Benjamin Silas Taska 

Lowell, VT 

Music 





Katherine Magdalen Taylor 

Tarpon Springs, FL 
CLASSICAL and Medieval Studies 



Michael Stephenson Tetler 

Worcester, MA 

Religion 




kAisE Jonathan Thompson 

Iowa City, I A 

Chemistry 




Dorian Spencer Tolis 

Yarmouth, ME 

Neuroscience 




Samuel George Traubert 

East Falmouth, MA 

English 




Kimberly Alexis Suvak 

Wincheseter, ma 

Women and Gender Studies 




LiRONG Tan 

Shanghai, China 

Economics, Mathematics 




Michael Carr Thomas 

nutley, nj 

Rhetoric 




Laura Rae Traverse 

West F^ARTFORD, CT 

English 




Anna Tyler Tuggle 

Hinsdale, IL 

Anthropology 




Ketevan Vashakidze 

Tbilsi, Georgia 
Economics, German 



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)N Griffin Vingiano 
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 
Politics 



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NARD VVAMBOLDT 
Sunderland, MA 
English 




Cameron Fraser Urban 

monkton, vt 

Politics 




Richard Charles Velotta 
Fairfield, CT 
Economics 




Alina Volobuyeva 

Kharkiv, Ukraine 

Theater 






Rachel Elizabeth Vaivoda cliza '. 
Skaneateies, NY f, 



Biology 



Biology, r 





TKANGbiY lisbeth Ventura 
Providence, RI 
Anthropology 



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WOODBBIOGE VA 

BlOlOGICAl Chemistiv 




Ethan Louis Waioman 

PlAYA DEI Rey, CA 

Interdiscipunary Studies 



Kebecca hJkiMivN VVaioo 

Dracui. NM 

Environmentai SUiDifS 




Haverford, pa 
American and Cultural Studies 



KaiFLIT . WEBBtli 

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Anth. 




Kaitlin Rose Wellens 

Wynnewood, pa 

Biology 




Timothy Ward Williams 

Rochester, NY 

Economics 




Kara Mackenzie Western 
West Valley City, UT 

Psychology 





Roasalie Winslow 

Mendocino, CA 

Sociology, Women and Gender Studies 




Dava Cassel Wool 



Shelburne, VT 
English, Geology 




ZoEY Anderson Wortmann 

New York, NY 

Sociology 




Emma Ellen White 

Bainbridge Island, WA 

lOLOGicAL Chemistry, Russian 




Ml Shan Wong 

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

econ&mics 




Tianjiao Yan 



Shenyang, China 
Mathematics, Economics 



Patrick O'Neil Williams Jt 

Boston, MA 

Sociology 




AndrewJoseph Wood 

Keene, NH 

Spanish 



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Samuel Rocky Abrahamson 
Mallory Burgess Ayres 
David Matthew Bailey 
Amod Jung Basnet 
Jasmine F. Bean 
David Nelson Bibb 
Thomas Lowe Bloch 
Nicolas Kim Blomberg 
Grayson Taylor Board 
Aron Paul Golden Bodwitch 
Chelsea Irene Bolton 
Ross Alan Brockman 
Rebecca Lynn Brown 
Travis Charles Brown 
Haley Hobart Campbell 
Jose L. Cervantes 
Luke Brennan Charest 
Wansit Chatikavanij 
Paul Francis ChiampaJr. 
Brandon Luis Colon 
Douglass Mabee Compton 
Gregor Kozack Cosgrove 
Gregory Andrew de Wet 
Thomas Edward Deegan 
Margaret Ellen DePoy 
Tyler Redfield Howe Dewdney 
Jennifer Anne Diefendorf 
DusTiN Joseph Marino 
DiGregorio 

Michael Steven DiPriscoJr. 
James Gerald Bouchard 
Donahue 

Wesley Randall Farnsworth 
Basil Abou Negm Ferenczi 
Charlotte Lucy Gold Friedman 
Nathaniel Thatcher Funk 
Molly Hering Gardner 
Kristen Carter Gieras 
Kirsten Mairead Gill 
Jared Forrest Golden 
Jacob Benjamin Goldstein 
Hadley Elizabeth Gray 
Sade Elizabeth Greene 
Alexandra Katharine Hare 
Amelia Chamberlain Harman 
Amber Faith Harris 
Patrick Hemphill Harris 
Paul Alan Hartman 




Britany Alexis Hastings 
Alexander Kjeil Hegfvali- 
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Molly Wilson Hereford 
Anna Chase Hogeland 
Elizabeth Ann Imboden 
Arjun Iyer 

Patrick Nolan Jackson 
Jared Hunter Jammal 
Graham Benneh Kurt Jones 
Laura Davis Karabell 
Joseph Roland Kibe 
Carter Aultman Kindley 
Alexander Edward Koster 
Ryan Matthew Larsen 
Meredith Grant Legg 
Jennelle Stratton Liuestrand 
Robert Russell Lindon 
Mircea Alexandru Lupu 
QuAN Dang Hien Mai 
Benjamin William Manter 
Megan Edwards McCleiiand 
Noah Benjamin McCreight 
Tyler James Mehegan 
Gina Alexandra Mitchell 
Brian Shane O'Doherty 
Moore 

Mackenzie Anne Morton 
Kendall Allyn Musgrave 
Glynnis Perkins Nadel 
Ryan Andrew Novas 
Brendan Willian O'Brien 
George Edward O'Connor 
Paul OlwenyOkot 
Courtney Marie Phillips 
Jeremy Porter 
Lindsey Diane Pryor 
Phoebe Keiiey Reed 
Zane Thomas Rooney 
Amrita Roy 

Jonathan Daniel Rubin 
Nicholas Alexander Saicido 
Gavin Ari Segall-Abrams 
Colin Joseph Serafino 
Nicholas John Silverson 
Jacob Carmody Simmon 
Andrew Joseph Steiker-Epstein 
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Since making his concert debut at the age of 12 in 1927, Frank Glazer 
HAS become an international famed pianist and Bates' artist in residence 
SINCE 1980. He reached this level of success through his passion for 

MUSIC. 



President Hansen, honored guests, members of the Class of 20n and their families: "■'' 




I WOULD like to congratulate and salute the graduating class for having successfully completed four 

YEARS OF arduous STUDY, AND ALSO TO SHARE WITH YOU A FEW IDEAS THAT I'VE TAKEN NOTE OF DURING MY J^ 

years of teaching and interacting with people in many countries during times of peace and war, 

These ideas if acted upon may be helpful to you as they were for me. Of course, the circumstances are 
entirely different, but the principles, call them truisms, remain the same. 



In ADDITION TO HAVING THE ATTRIBUTES OF SELF-RELIANCE, SELF-DISCIPLINE, THE CAPACITY FOR WORK AND FAITH IN 
one's MISSION, ALL OF WHICH ARE GOOD AND IMPORTANT STARTING POINTS, I BELIEVE THAT DEVELOPMENT AS A 



HUMAN BEING IS BEST SERVED BY HARDLY EVER SAYING, 



CAN T OR I WON T. 



Sometimes, others may see possibilities in us that we are totally unaware of. And if, instead of saying, " 
can't" or "I won't," we act upon these possibilities, our lives may be immeasurably enriched and we may 
thereby enrich other people's lives. 



I VE discovered also that when our applications are rejected, there is no point in dwelling on our 
disappointment, because this rejection may turn out to be a great blessing in disguise. 

One notable example: During the war in France, my commanding officer was determined that I be given 

A DIRECT COMMISSION IN THE FIELD TO BECOME AN OFFICER, BECAUSE I WAS DOING OFFICER'S WORK FOR PRIVATE 
FIRST-CLASS PAY. He APPLIED TO TWO DIFFERENT AREAS OF SERVICE, AND BOTH WERE DENIED. I DIDN't REALIZE THEN 
HOW FORTUNATE I WAS, BECAUSE HAD THIS EFFORT SUCCEEDED I WOULD HAVE HAD TO AGREE TO STAY IN THE MILITARY 
FOR ONE EXTRA YEAR, AND HAD I DONE THAT, I WOULD NEVER HAVE MET MY WIFE, TO WHOM I OWE MANY OF MY 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING THE COURSE OF 54 YEARS OF OUR MOST WONDERFUL MARRIAGE, IN ADDITION TO A GREA^: 
FRIENDSHIP SIX YEARS BEFORE THAT. 



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If you have faith in your mission, your goal, your dreams, I URGE YOU TO REMAIN TRUE TO THIS COMMITMENT, 
WHICH IS AT THE VERY CORE OF YOUR EXISTENCE. In OTHER WORDS, BE TRUE TO YOURSELF. SOMETIMES, WELL- 
INTENTIONED FRIENDS MAY TRY TO DIVERT YOU FROM YOUR OBJECTIVE, FOR REASONS OF EXPEDIENCY, PERHAPS FOR THE 
ATTAINMENT OF GREATER FINANCIAL GAIN. Or, IF YOU SHOULD DECIDE YOU NEED TO CHANGE COURSE TEMPORARILY 
THEY MAY ASSUME YOU HAVE MADE A CRUCIAL WRONG TURN THAT WOULD RUIN YOUR CAREER, WHEREAS YOU KNOW IT 
IS ONLY A DETOUR WHICH SEEMS NECESSARY AT THE TIME. BuT THEY WOn't UNDERSTAND THIS. 



Any COMPROMISE here may be THE SOURCE OF YOUR GREATEST R 
RESPECT. 



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CONCOMITANT LOSS OF YOUR SELF- 



BeING OPTIMISTIC IS ALSO VERY HELPFUL BECAUSE FOR ONE THING, ONE FEELS BETTER. FURTHERMORE, THERE ARt 
WHEN WE CAN ALL DO WITH A BIT OF HELP, WHETHER IT IS FINANCIAL OR MORAL SUPPORT IN OUR WORK. FORTUNATElY, 
THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO HELP BUT WOULDN't DO SO IF THEY PERCEIVE US TO BE SADDLED WITH NEGATIVE *^*Pfl^ 



ATTITUDES. 



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You REMEMBER THE OLD ADAGE, "SmILE AND THE WORLD SMILES WITH YOU, WEEP AND YOU WEEP ALONE"? I HAVE A 
BEAUTIFUL StEINWAY PIANO GIVEN TO ME 64 YEARS AGO BY FRIENDS BECAUSE THEY WERE PLEASED WITH HOW I 
ANSWERED THE QUESTIONS ABOUT MY EXPERIENCES DURING THE WAR. ThEY TOLD ME THAT OF ALL THE YOUNG PEOPLE 
THEY KNEW WHO CAME BACK, INCLUDING THEIR SON-IN-LAW, WHO HAD BEEN A CAPTAIN IN THE AlR FORCE, I WAS THE 
ONLY ONE WHO DIDN't COMPLAIN ABOUT HAVING SERVED. WhEN I WAS TELLING THEM ABOUT MY EXPERIENCES, I HAD 

no idea they were taking note of my attitude. 

The idea of being persistent may be a cliche for you, but it is terribly important. It saved one of my 

GRADUATE STUDENTS AT THE EaSTMAN ScHOOL OF MuSIC FROM HAVING TO GO TO WAR IN ViETNAM. He HAD A 

teaching fellowship, and to avoid being drafted in the military, he had to provide the induction board 
with proof that he was carrying a full load, which was a requirement to avoid military service. 

Oddly enough, no one in six different offices he went to knew the answer. But because of his 

PERSISTENCE, HE DECIDED TO GO BACK THE FIRST ONE, THE REGISTRAR'S OfFICE, AND THIS TIME SOMEONE CAMF UP 
WITH THE ANSWER. 

On THE LIGHTER SIDE, I LIKE TO CITE THE FACT OF OUR GREAT COMPOSER SCHUBERT. He WAS HIS PARENTS' 1 2TH 
CHILD. And HAD THEY STOPPED AFTER 1 1, THINK WHAT WE WOULD HAVE MISSED. 

Finally, I believe it serves no useful purpose to compare oneself with another person. Each of us is 
UNIQUE. We are dealt a certain hand at birth, over which we have no control. But we have a lot to say 
about how we play the game. My mother didn't care about any of her children becoming rich or 
FAMOUS. What concerned her was that each one be a decent person. 

Remember that love it not only the beginning and the end, but like the infinity of dots on a line, it is all 
things in between. so, with good grace, accept yourself for who you are and will be, without worryiv'r 

ABOUT WHO YOU AREn't, AND NEVER WILL BE. 

Do YOUR BEST AND LET TIME DO THE REST. AnD KEEP SMILING. ThANK YOU. 



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COMMENCEMENT 2011 REMARKS 
EVELYNN M. HAMMONDS 
RECIPIENT OF THE HONORARY DEGREE DOCTOR OF 
HUMANE LETTERS 

Through various fields of interest, Evelynn M. Hammonds, rose to 
become mit's first african american female tenured professor and a 
DEAN OF Harvard College. Throughout her various careers she faced 

FAILURES AND ACHIEVED MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS THAT CREATED THE PROFESSOR 

SHE IS TODAY. ,, 

Thank you to all of you: President Hansen, members of the Board of Trustees, Bates faculty members, parents, siblings and 
friends; and a hearty congratulations to the Class of 2011. 

It's really a tall order to offer wisdom to a captive audience already over-supplied with advice. So in mulling over what I 

MIGHT BEST OFFER YOU IN THIS FINAL MOMENT OF YOUR UNDERGRADUATE CAREER - A FOUR-YEAR STRETCH IN WHICH MANY SMART PEOPLE 
HAVE OFFERED YOU THEIR OPINIONS, AND FROM WHICH YOU MAY WELL BE READY TO MOVE ON WITHOUT YET ANOTHER SPEECH FROM A 
WELL-MEANING PROFESSOR - I THOUGHT ABOUT THE MANY, MANY COMMENCEMENT SPEECHES I'vE HEARD, AND ABOUT ONE OF THE 
PEOPLE WHO DID IT BEST, YEAR AFTER YEAR, DECADE AFTER DECADE. 

A COLLEAGUE OF MINE PASSED AWAY JUST A FEW MONTHS AGO. HiS NAME WAS PeTER QoMES. He WAS THE PlUMMER PrOFESSOR OF 

Christian Morals and the preacher in Memorial Church. He served Harvard University for more than 40 years. But before 
HE was at Harvard, he was at Bates, where he was a member of the Class of 1965 and later a Trustee. 

Peter was nationally known for his stance on tolerance. He was a bundle of apparent contradictions: a religious, gay. 
Baptist, black, professor, Republican, Afro-Saxon (that was his term). From this complex life experience, and from a lifetime 
OF careful reflection, Peter distilled vast wisdom that integrated powerful qualities of mind with a great capacious heart. 
With these gifts, he became a champion of tolerance in every arena of his life. 

I'd like to pass long some of that thoughtfulness and generosity on to you today as you step forward into your lives in 

THE larger world BEYOND BaTES CoLLEGE. 

Bates has already provided you with a meaningful example of integrating the intellectual and moral. As you all well know, 

YOUR college was FOUNDED BY RADICAL ABOLITIONISTS, AND HAS THE UNUSUAL STATUS OF HAVING BEEN COEDUCATIONAL AND 

multiracial on an equal basis since it opened its doors in 1 855. 

As Peter memorably put it, when speaking at your Sesquicentennial, this makes Bates quite peculiar in the best of ways. He 

WENT ON to reminisce, that "aT BaTES, WE WERE ALWAYS TESTED AND TOLD TO CHALLENGE THE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM, AND MOST OF 
US DID. We existed in an UNCONVENTIONAL WORLD. AnD IF WE ARE TRUE TO OUR BaTES IDENTITY AND INHERITANCE, WE CONTINUE TO 
BE VERY PECULIAR PEOPLE IN A VERY ORDINARY WORLD. ThAT IS A CLAIM THAT I THINK WE SHOULD CELEBRATE AND TREASURE; IT's PART OF 
OUR UNIQUENESS." 

But WHAT I'd like to urge you to do today is not only celebrate your peculiarities, whatever they may BE. And, given that 

AMONG THE MANY OF YOU HERE TODAY YOU REPRESENT 35 STATES AND 42 COUNTRIES, I HAVE NO DOUBT OF THE DIVERSITY OF YOUR 
ORIGINS. And I also fully trust that you carry with you a HUGE RANGE OF TALENTS AND INTERESTS AND UNUSUAL QUALITIES OF 
MIND AND USE THEM TO TRANSFORM THE WORLD IN YOUR IMAGE. 



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Now, WHEN YOU ARE DIFFERENT AND SOMEWHAT PECULIAR, THERE CAN BE A GREAT DEAL OF PRESSURE FROM THE WORLD TO DO THE SAME 
THING, TO FIT WITHIN THE ROLES THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN SCRIPTED FOR YOU, TO RESOLVE APPARENT CONTRADICTIONS BY ERASING THEM. 

I'd LIKE TO URGE YOU TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT, 

I'd LIKE YOU TO TRY YOUR HAND AT FAILING, AND, BY FAILING, TO DISCOVER SOMETHING MORE ABOUT YOUR OWN FORTITUDE AND, IN TIME, 
ABOUT THE WAY YOU CAN SHIFT THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE LARGER WORLD WITH YOUR SUCCESS IN UNEXPECTED PLACES. 

In COLLEGE, I SPENT A FEW SUMMERS WORKING AT BeLL LABS, WORKING TO DO LASER PHYSICS. WhILE I STUDIED AT SpEIMAN CoUEGE, 
MY SMALL COLLEGE DIDn't HAVE A LOT OF MONEY FOR FANCY EQUIPMENT. I HAD NEVER EVEN SEEN A PICTUPF OF tuc i^inih oc rAoor^N; 
DIOXIDE LASER I WOULD BE WORKING WITH I ARRIVED AT THE LABS THAT SUMMER. 



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Now, ONE OF MY JOBS WAS TO BUILD CIRCUITS FOR THE LASER CONTROLLER. My FIRST CIRCUIT DIDn't WORI^ AT All. iNEITHER DID 
TENTH. I BUILT CIRCUITS FOR WEEKS, AND NONE OF THEM WORKED. I WAS SAVED BY THE GENEROSITY OF MY MENTORS, INSPIPED By 
SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE, AND PULLED THROUGH BY MY OWN SHEER STUBBORNNESS. 



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So, I'm here TO tell you that by the second SUMMER, I WAS THE MASTER OF CIRCUIT-BUILDING ANDtHE irfsER. AnD, LATER, IN 
WAYS, BECAUSE OF THAT EXPERIENCE I BECAME THE FIRST AfRIGAN AMERICAN WOMAN TENURED THROUGH THE RANKS AT MIT [APPlAUSt 

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.EXPERIENCES I HAD AT THE IAb, ROCKY AS THEY WERE, LET ME SEE THINGS THAT 1 OTHERWISE 




'OUID HAVE BEEN BLIND TO, AND lAT 
M IT POSSIBLE TO DO NEW WORK ON THE ROLL OF RACE AND GENDER IN SCIENCE AND TO CONTRIBUTE CHANGING THE CULTURF 
SCIENCE. But the fact is, sometimes being PECULIAR MAKES DOING A HARD THING EVEN HARDER. WHETHER BECAUSE YOU HA.. 
ACCESS TO THE SAME RESOURCES AS OTHERS, OR BECAUSE PEOPLE HAVE ASSUMED YOU AREn't CUT OUT FOR CERTAIN WORK, OR BECAL 
YOU YOURSELF ARE AFRAID THAT THERE MIGHT NOT BE A PLACE FOR YOU. ^ r- 

To TOLERATE FAILURE AND FRUSTRATION REQUIRES, IF YOU WILL EXCUSE THE ALLITERATION, FORTITUDE. 

In ONE OF HIS MANY INFLUENTIAL BOOKS, PeTER GoMES DEFINED FORTITUDE AS "tHAT MORAL QUALITY THAT ALLOWS US TO PERSEVERE 
WHEN OTHERS WOULD EASILY GIVE UP OR GIVE IN. It IS THE FUEL OF THE LONG-DISTANCE MORAL RUNNER, WHO DESPITE INNER FA'IGLIE 
AND APPARENT OUTWARD SUCCESS OF OTHERS, NEVERTHELESS KEEPS ON KEEPING ON." j 



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Bates was founded by long-distance moral runners. They, like me and like you, met with frustrations and trip wire , 

PRAGMATIC and SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL. WhAT I HOPE FOR YOU, LIKE THE STRONGEST OF YOUR FCRBEARERS, THAT YOU WIL: DC 
WHAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU AND WHAT IS RIGHT FOR THE WORLD, IN THE MOST CREATIVE AND PECULIAR WAYS. YoU Will FAIL. YoU ShCUlC 
FAIL. And if you stick with it, and let your PECULIARITIES BECOME ASSETS, YOU WILL SUCCEED. AnD WHEN YOU SUCCEED, RE-/ff.<Bp 
THOSE MOMENTS AT WHICH YOU FAILED, AND THINK YOU HOW MIGHT EXTEND YOUR HAND TO THOSE WHO WALK IN SIMILAR PAT-Hj. 
BEHIND YOU, AND, HOPEFULLY, YOu'lL BE A BEACON FOR THEM, 



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COMMENCEMENT 2011 REMARKS 

ROBERT S. LANCER 

RECIPIENT OF THE HONORARY DEGREE DOCTOR OF 

SCIENCE "'..^^ 

In 1992, Robert S. Langer became the youngest person to be elected to 

ALL THREE UnITED StATES NATIONAL AcADEMIES. By DREAMING BIG AND NEVER 
GIVING UP ON HIS DREAMS, HE WAS ABLE TO ACHIEVE AN HONOR THAT WAS RARE 
AMONGST ACADEMICS. 

I WANT TO CONGRATULATE ALL OF YOU. GRADUATION FROM A SCHOOL AS FINE AS BaTES IS A WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENT, AND YOU AND 
ALL YOUR FAMILIES DESERVE TO BE VERY PROUD. I JUST WANT TO CONGRATULATE ALL OF YOU. 

In CONSIDERING THE MESSAGES I WANT TO LEAVE WITH YOU TODAY, I THOUGHT I'd MENTION TWO, WHICH WILL ACTUALLY ECHO SOME OF 
WHAT YOU HAVE JUST HEARD, THOUGH I THINK I'lL SAY IT A LITTLE DIFFERENTLY. BuT I REALLY AGREE WITH THOSE MESSAGES. 

My MESSAGES ARE TWO-FOLD. FiRST, TRY TO DREAM BIG DREAMS, DREAMS THAT CAN CHANGE THE WORLD AND MAKE IT A BETTER PLACE. 

Secondly, if things start to look bad, no matter how bad they look, don't ever give up on those dreams. 

I THOUGHT I would SHARE WITH YOU MY OWN STRUGGLES AND DECISIONS WHEN I WAS A STUDENT TO ILLUSTRATE SOME OF THESE 
POINTS. When I finished colleges, perhaps like some of you, I didn't know what I wanted to do career-wise. I GRADUATED IN 
THE 1970s WITH A DEGREE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, AND SOME OF THE PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS IN THE AUDIENCE MIGHT 
REMEMBER AT THAT TIME, JUST LIKE A FEW YEARS AGO, THERE WAS A GAS SHORTAGE. BuT IT WAS EVEN WORSE IN THE IQ/OS, BECAUSE NOT 
ONLY DID THE PRICE OF GAS GO WAY, WAY UP, BUT AT LEAST IN BoSTON WHERE I LIVED, YOU HAD TO WAIT AT THE GAS STATION FOR TWO 
HOURS TO GET YOUR CAR FILLED UP. 




But the consequence of that was that if you were a chemical engineer, you got a ^^^Hp offers. Nearly all of my 

CLASSMATES IN THE IQ/OS JOINED OIL COMPANIES. ThEY HAD MANY, MANY OPENINGS AND THEY PAID VERY, VERY HIGH SALARIES. I 
ACTUALLY GOT OVER 20 JOB OFFERS FROM OIL COMPANIES, ACTUALLY FOUR FROM ExXON ALONE. I ALSO GOT OFFERS FROM ShELL AND 

Chevron and others. I think the only company that didn't offer me a job was British Petroleum. And I don't think they 

INTERVIEWED AT MIT. 

One of those job interviews made quite an impression on me. I went to this interview at Exxon, and one of the engineers 

SAID TO me that IF WE COULD JUST INCREASE THE YIELD OF A PARTICULAR PETRO-CHEMICAL BY .01 PERCENT, WOULDN't THAT BE 

wonderful. "That would be worth billions of dollars," he said. I remember flying back to Boston that night thinking, "I 

REALLY don't WANT TO DO THAT." 

But what did I want to do? I had this dream of wanting to use my background to improve people's lives. And I'd spent a lot 
OF time as a student starting a school for poor high school kids, and developing a new chemistry and math curriculum. 
One day, I saw an ad for an assistant professor to do just that at City College in New York. I wrote them a letter, but theV 
didn't write me back. 

But I really liked that idea, so I found all the ads that I could to do that. I found about 40. And I wrote to all those 
schools, and none of them wrote me back. 

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That wasn t going so well. So /^Tnother idea I had to help people was through health-related research, so I applied to a lot 
OF hospitals and medical schools, and they didn't write back either. But then one day, one of my friends told me that I 
should write to Dr. Judah Folkman, who was a surgeon. He said, "Sometimes, he hires unusual people". 



I did what at that time seemed like a huge risk to all engineers, and started doing research in a hospital. It might seem 
more common today, but at that time, no chemical engineer had worked in a surgery lab before 

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I began working on two problem's: Trying to isolate and discover the first substances to stop blood vessels from 
growing into cancer tumors; therefore helping to stop cancer. And second, developing plastics that could release these 
and other substances for really long times in thVbody. And before I tackled these problems, no one had been able to 
develop ways to do this. In fact, scientists kept telling me that it was impossible to do it. Maybe the only thing that I had 
going for me was that I just hadn't read the literature saying that it was impossible. 

So I SPENT TWO years WORKING ON THIS. I FOUND OVER 200 DIFFERENT WAYS TO GET THIS I NOT WORK. BuT FINALLY, I MADE A 
discovery AND WE DID GET IT TO WORK. I SHOULD ADD THAT THESE FINDINGS WERE INITIALLY MET WITH GREAT SKEPTICISM BY THE 
SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY, WHICH WAS VERY DISAPPOINTING TO ME. BuT OVER TIME, MANY PEOPLE AND COMPANIES BE©AK-t:«tf :G WHAT 
WE DID, AND it's LED TO NEW TREATMENTS FOR CANCER, HEART DISEASE, CERTAIN FORM'S OF BLINDNESS, AND MANY OTHER Mr_ CAL 

PROBLEMS. Subsequently, our lab made discoveries in nanotechnology and even also new ways of creating nev^ • ssues, 

LIKE skin for burn VICTIMS. 



I AM REALLY THRILLED THAT EVEN THOUGH MY CAREER PATH WAS NOT STRAIGHTFORWARD, AND IT MAY NOT S^ STRAIGHTFORWARD FOR MANY 
of YOU EITHER, WHICH IS OK - IN FACT FINE - THAT IT's BEEN AJOURNEY THAT's ENABLED ME TO REALIZE THE DREAMS THAT I HAD OF THE 
GOOD THAT SCIENCE CAN DO FOR THE WORLD. --^fi ^^ 



If I HAD ANY ADVICE, ANY WORDS OF WISDOM FOR THE GRADUATES IN THIS AUDIENCE, IT WOULD BE TO DREAM BIG DREAMS, ABOUT H 
YOU CAN DO THINGS TO HELP PEOPLE AND IMPROVE THE WORLD. BuT THERE MAY BE MANY, MANY TIMES WHEN YOU TRY TO OO 
SOMETHING, WHATEVER THAT DREAM IS - DEVELOPING A NEW PRODUCT, COULD BE AN ARTICLE OR A BOOK - WHATEVER YOUR DREAM IS 
MANY PEOPLE MAY TELL YOU THAT IT's IMPOSSIBLE, THAT IT WILL NEVER WORK, THAT YOU'lL NEVER ACHIEVE IT. 




But I THINK that's very rarely true. If you really believe in yourself, if you're persistent AND WORK HARD, THERE'S.VERX IITTIE THAT^ 
IS TRULY IMPOSSIBLE. ThAI^ Y0LKAJ>ID AGAIN, MY SINCEREST CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES. 




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Ryan, an^^ry 



Taylor.. .we are incredibly proud of you and all of your accomplishments. You are wise beyond your 
years, unfailingly compassionate towards others, joyful as you greet each new day and committed to 
make the world a better place. You are our greatest joy. 

Know that you have all of your love and suppor as your move forward in life. 

Mom & Dad 
Always remember... 
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us ...Ralph 

Waldo Emerson 

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop to look 
around once in a while you can miss i'L. Ferris 
Beuller 




...and for Dad.. Don Y cry because it's over. 
Smile because it happened... T>x. Seuss 





Great Xme of 3atee} 
Great' memory from your \aet 3 yeare ! 

Great Eduoationl 

Ycu accompWeUet-l it ALL 

We are very proud of you. 

With love 

Mom + Dad + Wot here 




Congratulations for 
which are the reason 

PROU 



YEARS AT Bates College, 
MPARO Gomez, are so 

Id Dad 




Svalband, Summer 2010 -an 

adventure in Quaternary arctic 

research and one part of your 

wonderful Bates experience. 




Matt 

We are so proud of you 

Love Mom, Dad, 

Andy, Marina & AJ 



To Deborah and fellow Bates graduates. 

Class of 2011- 



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-Amy Goodman, US journalist, 1994 



With all our love and pride. 
Mom, Dad, Brian and Greg 




Abby: 

You are leaving Bates with so many great 
friends, so many fond memories, and so 
many accomplishments. We are so very 
proud of you and your independent spirit. 
We wish you a world of love, happiness 
and success in your life's journey. We 
can't wait to see how it unfolds. 

Mom, Dad, and Kristin 





/-\ll dreffeJ . j' '• > ;.,\u'Jlj to go! 

(^ongrcitulcitionr on qour 

grddutfttion. Vv © orre verij proud 

or qou! 

|_ove, rlom, \_Jaci. vjenn, and 

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I dreams. Live the life you have 
imagined-Henry David Thoreau 
Congratulations Do not go where the path may lead. 
Jennifer Go instead where there is no path and 

leave a trail. - Ralph Waldo Emeron 
Jen, you have grown in so many ways. 
We are so proud of you and love you~ 
you have earned your wings—so now 
you can fly. 
Love, Mom + Dad + Chris, Carol, + EJ 



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Love Nonit Dadf Kate^ John^ and Nat 



Maggie: Congratulations on your graduation. We are proud of you and your 
accomplishmenls at Bates. Keep looking at the world from behind your csmile 
as you discover your life. 




Love, Mom and Dad, ftet^y, Meredith. 5ob (t> Alex, 
and of cour.*^. Dalton! 




Eliott, 

We've watched you grow from a baby to 

a Bates College graduate. How quickly 

time has passed. You've always been a 

wonderful son, brother, friend, athlete, 

and student. 

As you go beyond college, always keep 

your passion for learning, your 

compassion for others, and your 

energetic spirit. We love you and are so 

very proud! 

Dad, Mom, Rich, and of course Tucker 

and Chloe 









LINDSAY, 
YOU MAY &E GORGEOUS... 
mr YOU'RE SMART TOO! 
CONGRATS, MOM, DAP, & DAN 



Congratulations on your many 

accomplishrnents at Bates. We are 

so proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jamie, 
Kaitlin, and Hailee 





"'ohoot for the moon, even if you inee, you'll 

land amon0 the etare." 

love Mom, Dad, Kyb + 3re1:t 




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1 It seems like only yesterday that you were a bright-eyed little girl, anxiously 
I heading off to pre-school, with a level of determination and excitement that we 



^^^P^ will never forget. You were on a mission then, much like you have been all your 

BlSs *>^ life> especially now as our proud and deserving college graduate. We were truh 

^^ ^_ . jP blessed when you were born, not only because of what we had. but more 

importantly, because of what you had. You possessed a veiy extraordinary spirit: 
one filled with pure happiness, joy, and unbridled goodness. "I'ou would light up 
every room you entered, always, without exception. Mom often shares the stor\ 
that not many babies would look up into your eyes, smile, and then rt)ll-o\er to 
sleep whenever it was time to go to bed; tmly a very special child. Your Dad w ill 
always remember your first camping trip. You were only se\en years oki. ihe 
youngest camper surrounded by much older children and so man\' adults. \k)si 
children would have been shy, quiet, and resei-ved in a situation as this, but not you. At .stoiy-telling time 
when we were all-around the campfire, you ran the show. Your .stories made us laugh uncontrollably 
throughout the night, and your spirit drew us in, and captured us completely. Now . that \ er\ special link- 
girl has grown into a very special and very beautiful young woman. Your graduation means thai it is lime 
for us to share you with the rest of the world. On this occasion, our loving message is to alwa\s lollow 
and cherish your dreams, always stay confident in your natural talents, and ne\'er stop beliex ing in 
yourself. We know without question, that our beautiful daughter will create many beautiful ionu)nc)ws.. 
And remember forever, you are the best daughter a parent could e\er haw. or could e\er have wished 
for; and the best .sister a brother could ever ha\e had. There is no word that expre.s.ses the measure ol 
how much we love you, how proud we are, and how much we look lorwiird to your jtiurney ahead. 
Congratulations! 




Love Always, 
Mom & Dad 




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Congratulations Camden! 




"A man acquainted with history may, in some 

respect, be said to have lived from the beginning 

of the world, and to have been making continual 

additions to his stock of knowledge in every 

century." - David Hume 

With much love and pride. 

Mom, Dad, and Sean 



Congratulations, 
BenMcCall'11! 



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Congratulations, Je^^^ie! 

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achieved. We are also so proud of and touched by your commitment to the children at llillview. 

We can't wait to see what's nextJ 

With all our love. 
Mom. Dad, Jon. Mike and Mati^ic 




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May you have warm words on a cold evening, 

A full moon on a dark night, 

And the road downhill all the way to your door. 

With love and best wishes for happiness and success! 

Steve and Sue Krupski 



You've come a long way Chucky... 




CongratulationeS, CharlcoS Qichard Riirgi.^ 
...from your adoring family 




To our \aet baby and pil0Hm eod, 

y\l6 av6 eo proud 

3ome chance] 

Mom, Vad, and Maiy 




G/ i/l lllilleaeil 

Um Dciniel 

mil yiel liebe ou/ 

fllomo 

Pcipa 

nclrionci 

flriellci 

Guienn. Illor/hcil, llcirri/, unci llole 






The world needs dreamers and the world needs doers. 
But above all, the world needs dreamers who do. 

-Sarah Ban Breathnach 




Meredith, this is the first step in a journey of dreaming and doing. 
Congratulations and good luck as you continue on your path. 
Love, 

Dad, Mom & Alex 




Sc«Uon^ ScUton^ 




Maggie Ginn 'ii 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 



Jennifer Lindelof 'l2 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 



TOBI LlAW '12 

Managin Editor 



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Stephany Hernandez 'll 
Editor, Faculty and Staff 



Christine Kim'ii 
Editor, Seniors 



Sarah Kornacki '14 
Editor, Clubs 




Laura Millstein '14 
Editor, Clubs 



Becca Rosen '14 
Editor, Events 



Haley Sacra '14 
Editor, Events 



7^ 20tt Sate^ ^oUe^'Tftcnno^ Ifecvt^^x^, ^t^iume JOS 

Co Editors-in-Chief Maggie Ginn 'n, andJen Lindelof '12 

Managing Editor Tobi Liaw 'i2 

Staff & Layout Stephany Hernandez 'ii, Christine Kim 'ii, Sarah Kornacki '14 

Laura Millstein '14, Becca Rosen '14, Haley Sacra '14, Qianli Xiao '13 

Faculty Advisors Gene Clough and Dean Keith Tannenbaum 

Jostens Representative Jeff Graffam 

JosTENS Plant Consultant Crystal Gault 

S^lieccat ^^4ZU^ TO Jay Burns and Phyllis Graber Jensen of Communication and Media Relations 

FOR ALWAYS PROVIDING INCREDIBLE PHOTOS OF THE EXCITING LIFE ON THE BaTES CaMPUS, KeITH TaNNENBAUM FOR 
PROVIDING PICTURES OF STUDENT EVENTS AND ADVISING THE PRODUCTION OF THE BOOK, SuE DiONNE AND Ed 

Plourde of Accounting for keeping all of our budgetary concerns in line, Andy Walter from 
Communications and Media Relations and Janet Ciummei of Northeast Pro Photo for providing us 

WITH team sports PHOTOS, DoT LeTOURNEAU OF HuM RESOURCE, Ed JaWOR AND ViNNY ViNCENT OF OfFICE 

Services for handling our mail with the greatest care and attention, Harvey Bell of Bell Photography for 
HIS excellent senior portraits and additional photographs of the Bates campus, our Jostens Plant 
Consultant Crystal Gault for overseeing our publication, our Jostens Representative Jeff Graffam for 
overseeing the production of the booking and always willing to assist when needed, our supportive 

FACULTY ADVISOR GeNE ClOUGH, THE STUDENTS WHO SUBMITTED PHOTOS, AND ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE BaTES 

Community who helped make this edition of the Mirror possible. 



To the staff of the yearbook: I would like to express my gratitude for all your commitment and 

DEDICATION THROUGHOUT THE YEAR TO THE BOOK. It WAS AN ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH ALL OF YOU AND 
WITHOUT YOUR HELP THE BOOK WOULD NOT LOOK LIKE IT DOES TODAY. JeN, THESE PAST THREE YEARS HAVE BEEN A 
GREAT OPPORTUNITY WORKING WITH YOU AND I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR STEPPING UP THIS YEAR AS Co-EdiTOR- 
IN-ChIEF. You have shown a dedication to the passion that has made it a joy to work with YOU. I KNOW 
THE BOOK IS BEING LEFT IN VERY CAPABLE HANDS AND YOU WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE IT FORWARD. I HAVE HAD A GREAT 
FOUR YEARS ON THE MiRROR STAFF AND AM EXCITED TO SEE THE BOOK TO EVOLVE UNDER THE CONTINUALLY GROWING 



STAFF. I WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK! 



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Maria Rouvalis 
Phoebe Tamminen 
Samantha Rothberg 
Joseph Nowak 
Rosalie Winslow 
Hanna Birkhead 

loGAN GrEENBLATT 

Molly Mylius 

i I ■ Johnston 
' '\NGELY Ventura 
i 'A Van FHeerden 
i'ltchen Sellegren 



Juliana Kirkland 
Caroline Sollman 
Jacqui FHolmes 
Lucas Milliken 
NiKKi Rankine 
Rachel Colby 
Katie McEnroe 
Kerri Leonhard 
Pat Jackson 
Catherine Elliott 
Meunda Higgons 
Nick Schmiemann 
Brian Ellis 



Haley Sive 
Charlotte Green 
JuN NiNG Wee 
Katie Ailes 
Alison Lizars 
Denas Marcinkevicius 
Katherine Bernier 
Annie Burns 
MiMi Neal 
Caroline Barr 
Jackson Mesick 
JuDSON Peck 
Alison Vingiano 



AlINA VOIOBUYEVA 

Afroz Baig 
Kate Brodoff 
Teresa Cooper 
Hannah Porst 
Schuyler Rooth 
Teresa Tan 
Sara Sol 

Theodore Sutherland 
Liz Lee 

Chelsea Pennucci 
Tracy Glazier 
GiNA Crotty 



Gwendolyn Cremers 
isobel moiles 
Abritee Dhal 
Shalini Sharan 
Katie Dobbins 
Terehas Edwards 
Alexandra Steverson 
Deborah Altman 
Dae Ro Lee 
Nancy Munoz 
Eliza Read-Brown 
Cambria Hempton 
Julia Murphy 



The 2011 Bates Mirror Yearbook was published by Jostens, Inc. in State College, PA. 



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